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South Bank & Waterloo Office Tel: 020 7620 3400

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A BEAUTIFUL RARE GEM positioned in a superb location.

This wonderful and truly unique home, recently refurbished with a modern touch whilst maintaining old English elegance. Situated on a bustling market street approx. 10 mins walk from the River Thames and the South Bank. Waterloo station is just 0.1 miles away.Leasehold
This superb property has accommodation arranged over three floors, accessed via a private entrance and provides three double bedrooms, of which top floor master boasts walk in dressing area and en-suite shower room as well as access to the smaller of two terraces offering views towards the London Eye. Arranged at first and second floor level are the two further double bedrooms, another full bathroom with separate shower, and a guest cloak room. The reception and dining space on the first floor leads to a modern kitchen. From here double doors open to the main decked terrace, where surrounding trees and shrubs provide a wonderful outdoor sanctuary merely moments from Waterloo mainline station. The unique interior design of the flat that has previously featured on the pages of Elle decoration and extends to over 1540 sq ft (143 sq mt).

Lower Marsh has been subject to a regeneration project that is integrating the former commercial hub of the South Bank into a wonderfully diverse mix of independent shops, restaurants, residences and market stalls and is ever growing in popularity making the press regulary in recent years including the best High Street award. The street features a mix of property, within which some of the South Bank’s most attractive period buildings exist, and of which, this former corset maker’s premises forms one.
This superb property has accommodation arranged over three floors, accessed via a private entrance and provides three double bedrooms, of which the top floor master boasts walk-in dressing area and en-suite shower room as well as access to the smaller of two terraces offering views towards the London Eye. Arranged at first and second floor level are the two further double bedrooms, another full bathroom with separate shower, and a guest cloak room. The reception and dining space on the first floor leads to a modern kitchen. From here double doors open to the main decked terrace, where surrounding trees and shrubs provide a wonderful outdoor sanctuary merely moments from Waterloo mainline station. The unique interior design of the flat that has previously featured on the pages of Elle decoration and extends to over 1540 sq ft (143 sq mt).

Lower Marsh has been subject to a regeneration project that is integrating the former commercial hub of the South Bank into a wonderfully diverse mix of independent shops, restaurants, residences and market stalls and is ever growing in popularity making the press regularly in recent years including the best High Street award. The street features a mix of property, within which some of the South Bank’s most attractive period buildings exist, and of which, this former corset maker’s premises forms one.

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This superb property has accommodation arranged over three floors, accessed via a private entrance and provides three double bedrooms, of which the top floor master boasts walk-in dressing area and en-suite shower room as well as access to the smaller of two terraces offering views towards the London Eye. Arranged at first and second floor level are the two further double bedrooms, another full bathroom with separate shower, and a guest cloak room. The reception and dining space on the first floor leads to a modern kitchen. From here double doors open to the main decked terrace, where surrounding trees and shrubs provide a wonderful outdoor sanctuary merely moments from Waterloo mainline station. The unique interior design of the flat that has previously featured on the pages of Elle decoration and extends to over 1540 sq ft (143 sq mt).

Lower Marsh has been subject to a regeneration project that is integrating the former commercial hub of the South Bank into a wonderfully diverse mix of independent shops, restaurants, residences and market stalls and is ever growing in popularity making the press regularly in recent years including the best High Street award. The street features a mix of property, within which some of the South Bank’s most attractive period buildings exist, and of which, this former corset maker’s premises forms one.

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