A stylish, 926 sq ft, two-bedroom/ bathroom, apartment situated minutes from Waterloo station, offering a rare Share of Freehold on eclectic, Lower Marsh.
Built in 2012 the development, consisting of 8 apartments, was designed and constructed by an Italian company whose attention to detail is notable from the moment you enter. Every aspect has been considered from the lighting in the communal hallway to the beautiful wood flooring and glass balustrades with glass insert rear panelling on the steps, leading up to the apartments.
Situated on the second floor the apartment resides towards the rear offering; two double bedrooms, the master affording additional space for a desk or dressing table. One wall is dedicated to a bank of seamlessly fitted wardrobes, enabling a healthy shopping habit.
The en-suite and master bathroom are finished in Italian tiles and consist of: a, double, walk-in shower, bath, heated towel rail, toilet, bidet, large wash basins with integrated storage underneath. The master bathroom also houses an integrated washing machine, reducing noise in the kitchen.
Off the hallway there is an additional study area, with built-in book shelves and desk.
The bespoke Italian kitchen, is fully integrated with fitted Bosch appliances and a filter attached to the kitchen sink. Off this, the room opens out into a spacious dinning and lounge area. Two, south facing, double paned, floor to ceiling windows, illuminate the room all year round.
Additional features include; a motion sensor alarm, panic buttons fitted in the bedrooms and sockets to activate electric blinds in the living room. Bike storage is located, in a separate storage area, on the ground floor.
The entrance to the block is to the right of the award winning, Four Corners. An independent coffee shop that consistently wins accolades for its coffee and friendly staff. This business reflects the character of shops, restaurants and bars that can be found on Lower Marsh.
Situated moments from Waterloo and Lambeth Stations, the apartment offers immediate access in and out of London, via rail or tube. Alternatively, there is a plethora of buses that run to the West End or the City. With the Southbank on your doorstep, evenings and weekends can be consumed with culture, be it theatre, art, or simply gastronomical indulgences.