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image  Barrow Store Court, Decima Street, London, SE1


image ££570,000

image 2 BEDROOMS
image 1 RECEPTION
image 1 BATHROOM
image Under Offer (Leasehold)

Floor area

729 sq. ft. (68 sq. m.)

Features

 Newly refurbished
 Two bedrooms
 Generous storage
 Solid wood floors
 Designed by Robert Parker

Property Description

This beautifully presented ground floor two-bedroom apartment forms part of a contemporary development designed by Robert Parker.

Having recently undergone refurbishment, the accommodation is on one floor with a large kitchen / dining / living space, a master bedroom and one further bedroom with main bathroom.

The apartment is accessed through the main foyer and opens out into the hallway which is a spacious L-shape and has a handy storage cupboard, each room leads off the hallway.

The kitchen has a large fridge freezer, electric oven and gas hob with extractor fan, built in washing machine and plenty of storage.

The hallway, bedrooms and reception room benefit from beautiful wooden flooring an gas central heating throughout and fantastic lighting. The master bedroom has a wonderful open plan walk in wardrobe and the recently refurbished bathroom is finished to a high standard and includes some clever storage and heated towel rail.

The area is very accessible and whilst many walk across London Bridge into the City, there are also good transport links via London Bridge main line train station and underground (Jubilee and Northern lines), Borough (Northern line) and Elephant & Castle (Bakerloo and Northern line, First Capital Connect overground service). An additional transport option is the River Taxi at Bankside.


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