This large, three-bedroom apartment is located in the Jam Factory, one of the most outstanding industrial conversions to be completed in London in recent years. Converted by Ian Simpson Architects in 2003, the building originally dates from 1902 when it was constructed as a factory for Sir William Hartley's famous jam- making company.
The apartment has approximately 1,166 sq ft / 108 sq m of internal space including an open plan kitchen / living / dining room, guest WC room and three bedrooms. Simpson's exemplary conversion has kept much of the raw fabric of the building exposed, including the original red bricks, whilst inserting dividing walls to break up the spaces.
The Jam Factory can be found in a quiet location off Tower Bridge Road, London SE1. It is within walking distance of both London Bridge and Borough stations. Also within walking distance are Borough market and the shops and restaurants of the increasingly vibrant Bermondsey.
The Jam Factory is a gated development that benefits from communal gardens and 24 hour porter. The gardens include a recently-installed children's playground. There are residents parking spaces along the nearby street or parking spaces to rent separately in an underground car park at the development. The building is wired with custom fibre-optic internet access.
Available Unfurnished from 4th July, 2016.