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This incredible home split across four levels, has an abundance of character and charm, including reclaimed timber floors and exposed brickwork, combined with cutting-edge design.
The main living area, extends to over 900sq ft and is light and spacious with a balcony that has views to Tower Bridge, the City and Canary Wharf.
The bespoke stainless steel Gaggenau kitchen offers ample space, with its Subzero wine fridges boasting room for over 200 bottles of your finest.
The unique and striking glass and oak staircase, leads you calmly to the next level of the property, with the timber beams stretching gracefully across the roof space.
On this level, you will find a wonderful master bedroom suite with a stunning double dressing area from which you walk into a large bathroom with his and her's showers, basins and WC's, and a huge double-ended jacuzzi bath.
One of the most unique features of the property is the tower, which was believed to contain the hoisting equipment to unload the bags of rice from the ships docked at the wharf.
You will find access to two fabulous terraces with views of the City, The Shard and Canary Wharf. Both offer ample space for entertaining.
In the tower you find the second/guest bedroom and office space both with 360 degree views across London.
Globe Wharf occupies an enviable site on the south bank of the River Thames, between Tower Bridge and Canary Wharf. Back in the mid to late 1800's, it was a Victorian rice mill. Now a luxury Grade II listed warehouse development, it is home to nearly 140 stunning residential apartments, and one of the premier conversions along the Thames. The apartment is conveniently located for Rotherhithe Overground and Canada Water Stations. Along Rotherhithe Street there is also access to the Hilton Pier, otherwise known as Nelson Dock Pier offering a regular river bus service into Canary Wharf.
Rotherhithe is located on a small peninsula on the south bank of the River Thames, to the west of Tower Bridge and opposite the Isle of Dogs. The area was home to many shipyards from Elizabethan times up until the 1970s. An extensive regeneration took place from the 1980s, with the redevelopment of warehouses into a charming residential district. Connection to the Jubilee line and the London Overground has helped Rotherhithe become one of the most popular...