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High ceilings and exposed brickwork create a wonderful loft style apartment, consisting of a large reception room providing the perfect space for open plan living with floor to ceiling glazed balcony doors opening out on to the large south facing terrace, providing seamless inside out living and an ideal space for entertaining. The kitchen offers matt finished cabinets with integrated appliances and an island.
There are two double bedrooms both of which are good sizes, the master benefitting from an en-suite. In the hallway there is a seperate family bathroom. The apartment is finished to an exceptionally high standard throughout.
146 Tanner Street epitomises the independent spirit of the area and has been designed specifically with modern urban lifestyle in mind. The development is the perfect location from which to enjoy all that this great city has to offer. In the heart of thriving Bermondsey, it is surrounded by destination neighbourhoods and world-class street markets. It is located moments away from the fashionable Bermondsey Street and a short distance from Maltby street market and the amenities of Shad Thames. With London Bridge, Bermondsey and Tower Hill stations all with in close proximity, the property offers an easy commute to the City, Canary Wharf and the West End. Bermondsey Street plays host to an array of amazing bars, cafés and restaurants whilst maintaining the laid back atmosphere of a residential urban village. The nearby riverside enclave of Shad Thames, with its converted warehouses and access to the Thames Path National Trail, bursts with historic London character. Around the corner you are just minutes from London Bridge as well as Renzo Pianos iconic Shard and world-class food destination Borough Market.
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...