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St Saviours Wharf is one of Londons most historic warehouse conversions boasting a rich variety of original character, from exposed brickwork to iron columns and wooden beams. The reception room is a large open space with wooden flooring throughout and benefits from a good size balcony off it where the original loading doors were. The semi open-plan kitchen is modern and blends in well to the room. Both bedrooms are spacious doubles both benefitting from en-suite bathrooms. There is also a further guest bathroom. There is ample storage in both bedrooms.
St Saviours Wharf was a development originally converted by Manhattan Lofts. The apartment has been extensively refurbished throughout to a very high standard, complimenting the character of the building. The development benefits from live in porterage, lift access and a communal walkway out on the dock. It is located on Mill Street close to all the bars, restaurants and shops the area has to offer. Bermondsey, Tower Hill and London Bridge Stations are all close by.
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...