Situated on the third floor, an immaculate one bed apartment in the award-winning development Empire Square; moments from Borough and London Bridge stations.
The spacious apartment, benefits from a generous hallway off which a large open plan kitchen/reception room resides. The, fully fitted, kitchen is located at the far end of the room separating it from the expansive dining and lounge area with south easterly facing aspect.
The bathroom is finished neutrally, in white block tiles and consists of: bath with overhead shower, toilet, basin, heated towel rail and a shelf for storing toiletries.
The bedroom shares the same sunny aspect as the living room and comes with a built-in wardrobe.
In addition, there is a generous hallway cupboard which houses the boiler, with room for a washing machine and extra storage space.
Originally built by Berkeley Homes, Rolfe Judd architects created a development of four blocks of apartments built around a communal square, forming a central piazza. The resulting site won the Housing Design Awards 2007 and was recipient of a CABE Gold award in 2007.
Commercial units were assigned to the ground floor and today are occupied by various businesses including: Soho Gym and Horizons Nursery.
In addition, the development benefits from 24-hour concierge, communal gardens and resident on street parking.
Borough tube (Jubilee line) is 2 minutes away, alternatively London Bridge (Jubilee, Northern line and Network Rail) is a 5 minutes’ walk away. Enabling easy access to the City, West End and beyond.
Facilities and places of interest in the immediate vicinity include; Tabard Gardens, a large park with wildlife area, outdoor gym and table tennis tables. London Bridge, which offers an eclectic array of shops and restaurants to frequent. Whilst the Southbank provides Art Galleries; Tate Modern and the Jerwood Gallery to name a few. Theatres: The Globe, Young and Old Vic, Southwark Playhouse and Chocolate Menier Factory. Not forgetting, Borough Market, which lies in the shadow of Southwark Cathedral offering an enlightening array of foods from Wednesday to Saturday.
The apartment would suit Buy to Let investors and first time buyers looking to utilise a central location both socially and professionally.