Queen Elizabeth Street, Shad Thames, London, SE1

£760 per week

3 bedroom Apartment

  • 3
  • 2
  • 2

Ref no: P207298

Tenant guide
Key Features
  • Excellent specification
  • Comfort cooling
  • 24hr concierge
  • Lift access
  • On site pool spa gym (extra cost)
  • Superb location
  • Unfurnished
  • Parking included
  • View EPC Rating
Description
A stunning three bed/two bath unfurnished duplex apartment boasting a large south facing terrace, two balconies and comfort cooling offering a stylish and contemporary home.

Arranged over the fourth & fifth floor with a substantial south facing terrace and two south facing balconies. This stunning apartment has two bright and airy bedrooms (potential for a third bedroom), a large living room and a utility room on the fourth floor. The property will then lead you up the stairs to a open-plan kitchen/ dining/ lounge area perfect for entertaining. The flat has two modern bathrooms, one en-suite perfect for a couple, sharers or a family. The apartment is offered unfurnished to allow a tenant to put their stamp on it.


An underground parking space is available and included in the rental price.

Shad Thames is a unique area steeped in history and character situated along the south side of the River Thames. The area is home to London’s most iconic landmark, Tower Bridge and is within the vicinity of many attractions such as The Shard, Tate Modern and Tower of London. Shad Thames boasts a variety of riverside bars and restaurants and is a short walk to Bermondsey Street, Maltby Street & Borough markets. London Bridge station (Northern line, Jubilee line and National Rail services), Tower Hill station (Circle line and District line) and The City are within easy walking distance along with the nearby river taxi.

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The local area

About Shad Thames

Located in the heart of the city, with gorgeous views of world-famous landmarks like Tower Bridge and the Tower of London, Shad Thames is widely regarded as one of the most vibrant neighbourhoods of the city.

During Victorian times the area was one of the largest warehouse complexes in the city, storing tea, coffee and spices. A well-thought out conversion to residential purposes preserved the unique spirit of the area, making it one of the most...