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image  Gerridge Court, Waterloo, London, SE1

image ££495,000

image 2 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Sold (Leasehold)

Floor area

506 sq. ft. (47 sq. m.)


 2 bedrooms
 2nd floor
 Separate kitchen
 Prime SE1 location
 1930's block
 Communal Garden
 Bike storage
 Residence on street parking

Property Description

A convivial, 2 bed apartment set on the second floor of a 1930’s, purpose built, block minutes from Lambeth North and Waterloo station.

Hidden away behind the hustle and bustle of Lower Marsh, the Cut and the Southbank is this perfectly formed 2 bedroom apartment. The light reception room benefits from a fireplace alcove, providing a great central focal point to the room.

A separate galley kitchen resides off the hallway and includes dishwasher, washer/dryer, boiler, gas hob, cooker and fridge/freezer and is neatly finished with a wooden work surface.

The neutrally finished bathroom benefits from a long bath, overhead shower, toilet, basin and heated towel rail. The master bedroom has ample space for wardrobes and cupboards and the second bedroom easily fits a double bed with side storage.

In addition there is a generous hallway cupboard and access to a communal garden on the ground floor.

The apartment is ideally located for anyone who works in the West End or the City but loves the convenience of being able to walk everywhere. Literally, everything is on your doorstep; Theatres (Old Vic, Young Vic, The Globe, The National), Art (Tate Modern), History (Imperial War Museum), Restaurants, (OXO tower, Union Café, Hixter, Hope and Anchor) Shopping, the River or International travel via Waterloo Station. 

If however you wish to utilise public transport, Lambeth North Tube Station (Bakerloo Line) is located moments away or Southwark and Waterloo Train Station (Bakerloo, Northern and Mainline Rail Services) is a short, 5 minute stroll away.


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