Boss House, Shad Thames, SE1

Guide Price £499,950 – £525,000

An absolutely stunning example of loft-living is this warehouse apartment found within a desirable building in the heart of Shad Thames. The property boasts exposed brickwork, high ceilings and comes with a secure underground parking space.

With its exposed brickwork, multi-paned windows and high ceilings, this incredible apartment offers the buyer a complete boutique hotel-style living experience.

The stunning open-plan kitchen is perfect for the budding chef and the breakfast bar is ideal for anyone wishing to entertain. There is ample storage facilities and the building offers concierge, viewing gallery and secure underground parking.

Situated within the heart of Shad Thames, the property offers easy access to the area’s fine restaurants and bars and is within reach of London Bridge Mainline Station.

Shad Thames is the perfect location along the banks of the River Thames, steeped in history and enchanting character. Located adjacent to the historical Tower Bridge, Shad Thames originally housed the largest warehouse complex in London. These warehouses contained huge quantities of commodities such as tea, coffee and spices, thus lending the names to many of the residential developments to which the warehouses were converted, including of course, Boss House, The Cardamom Building, Coriander Court and Tea Trade Wharf amongst others.

A variety of bars and restaurants are within walking distance. The area is very accessible and whilst many residents walk across Tower Bridge into the city, there are also good transport links via London Bridge Mainline Station, underground (Jubilee and Northern lines) and Tower Hill (District and Circle lines). Another transport option is the River Taxi at Hays Galleria or St Katharine Docks.

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