Combining traditional architecture with contemporary styling, the development of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom loft style apartments at Queens Row, provides a unique opportunity to buy into one of the last converted warehouses in Elephant & Castle. Launching September 2016, ready for occupation December 2016.
The History -
34 Queens Row is one of Elephant & Castle's last remaining warehouses .The Edwardian building was custom built in 1900 and utilized for light industrial workshops and offices, producing theatrical curtains and costume supplies.
The building is currently being converted by the Mesari Group to a residential complex of 9 brand new warehouse apartments which retain many of its original features whilst benefiting from a brand new refurbishment including a new roof and lift to all floors.
The Development -
In stark contrast to the thousands of new build homes being built currently built in Elephant & Castle, this is an opportunity to buy something with character blending the traditional with new to create spacious loft apartments with high ceilings, steel window frames, wide plank wooden floors and exposed beams and brick work.
The development with private gardens and private terraces for the penthouses is located on Queens Row, just off Walworth Road, Theatre Court is located within easy reach of the City and within walking distance of Elephant & Castle, Camberwell and Kennington.
The Local Area -
Over the next ten years, the Elephant will become London's most exciting new neighbourhood in a £1.5bn transformation that will evolve and enhance its identity.
Already a lively London neighbourhood, Elephant & Castle offers all the convenience of a zone 1 location. Known affectionately to locals as 'The Elephant', the area has a rich history stretching back to medieval times – and much more to offer both residents and investors.
Getting Around -
Located in a prime position in the heart of central London, Elephant & Castle is an excellent transport hub, with one mainline train station (direct trains to Kings Cross, Luton and Gatwick Airport, Brighton), a Zone 1 tube station and links to 28 different bus routes. Fast and frequent London Underground services connect you to the whole of London via the Northern and Bakerloo lines.
Out and About*
- 23 minutes to Oxford Circus
- 10 minutes to Blackfriars
- 10 minutes to Victoria
- 22 minutes to Bank
- 19 minutes to Canary Wharf
- 23 minutes to Kings Cross
- 19 minutes to Waterloo
- 55 minutes to Heathrow
*Times based on travel from Kennington or Elephant & Castle stations.
Eating Out -
Queens Row is ideally located in a historic area with an established local community. It offers access to a buzzing restaurant scene that brings together diverse local cuisines from the far corners of the world. Here, the food is as colourful and expressive as you could wish for. Presentation and flavour pairings reflect a heady mix of global cultures, stretching from Eastern Europe all the way to Latin America
** For more information including specification on fits outs please contact a member of our sales team.
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Website - http://34queensrow.com