169 Tower Bridge Road, Tower Bridge, London, SE1

£485 per week
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Ref no: P210670

Superb one bedroom warehouse conversion with desirable retained features within a great block close to London Bridge station.
Positioned on the second floor, this stunning warehouse apartment offers a desirable blend of period features coupled with a contemporary and bright interior. In both the reception room and bedroom there are retained features such as exposed brickwork and beams. The apartment also boasts oversized windows that flood the flat with light, wood floors and a generous amount of storage space. Maltings Place enjoys a great location close to trendy Bermondsey Street and the upmarket riverside bars and restaurants in Shad Thames. for commuters, London Bridge station (Northern line, Jubilee line and National Rail services) is close by.

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The Tower Bridge and Southbank area offers easy travel around London with fantastic restaurants and markets. It is home to many of the most famous theatres, museums and art galleries in London. Residents are drawn to the riverside living and the excellent lifestyle the area offers.

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