Luxury two bedroom apartment situated on the third floor of a splendid new development in the heart of old Lambeth. The recently completed Palace View Apartments are the latest offering in luxury living in this bustling historic corner of SE1.
Located directly opposite Lambeth Palace, the London home of the Archbishop of Canterbury, it has fantastic views of classic architecture from every angle.
Positioned on the third floor with direct views of the Palace and out towards the London Eye, you are presented with two great sized double bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms finished in a dark tiling and complete with bath w/overhead rain shower, w/c, wash basin and heated towel rail.
An open-plan kitchen-reception provides SMEG appliances featuring fridge/freezer, dishwasher, integrated fan oven, microwave & induction hob, completed with silestone worktops and matching units whilst the washer/dryer is housed in a separate utility cupboard.
In addition, the rear bedroom has access to a private balcony that overlooks the communal courtyard gardens and there is also a useful guest WC accessed off the entrance hallway.
The reception areas floor to ceiling glass windows and Juliette balcony frame the historic view making a real talking point.
Underfloor heating and comfort cooling is present throughout, ensuring the apartment remains cool in summer and warm in winter.
Palace View Apartments offer a communal roof terrace with uninterrupted 360 views of the entire city. A private cinema room on the ground floor can be booked at your leisure, in addition to a private gym. Other benefits include 24hr concierge, underground parking (available at separate negotiation) and plenty of secure bike storage.
Transport is at its premium, Waterloo mainline rail station is a 15 minute walk with trains to the South West of England and underground covering the City via Northern, Jubilee and Bakerloo lines. Lambeth North tube station is a 10 minute walk, linking with the Bakerloo line. The city is also a short walk across Lambeth Bridge taking you directly to the centre of postcard London.