This two-bedroom warehouse conversion in a spectacular location overlooking the River Thames, forms part of Clink Wharf, one of Bankside’s first and finest warehouse conversions. Conveniently nestled between Southwark Cathedral, Globe Theatre, the river Thames and Borough Market, it is both unique and convenient in its design and setting. It is easy to understand why these properties have been so celebrated – they appear both fresh in their design and seem to fit easily into their timeless riverside setting.
Internal accommodation measures approximately 1,456 sq ft occupying the first floor. There is a large reception / kitchen / dining space with open-plan second bedroom which is currently used as a large office space. The master bedroom includes an en-suite bathroom. Further features include a spacious hallway with a series of spacious storage areas, a separate WC room and a private balcony which faces the river.
Clink Wharf in Bankside is nestled between Southwark Cathedral and the Globe Theatre and at the northern tip of Borough Market. Borough Market is London's most renowned food market; a source of exceptional British and international produce. Since its renaissance as a retail market just over a decade ago, it has become a haven for anybody who cares about the quality and provenance of the food they eat - chefs, restaurateurs, passionate amateur cooks and people who just happen to love eating and drinking.
The area provides a wealth of restaurants, pubs and shops, and comes alive with market stalls every week between Thursday and Saturday. The River Thames is a short walk away, as is Tate Modern. The City can be accessed by crossing the river. London Bridge station provides both Underground (Northern and Jubilee lines) and National Rail services.
Walking distance to the City of London, the West End and all that Bankside has to offer including the Tate Modern, London Eye, British Film Institute, Tate Modern as well as the More London business district and The Shard.
The London Bridge area is in the heart of the capital and is directly accessible from all major transport gateways.
London Bridge station - major terminus from South East England, including the ports of Dover, Ramsgate and Folkestone.
Thameslink/First Capital Connect services from London Bridge station link directly with Kings Cross and Blackfriars stations and many areas to the north of London to Bedford and to the south to Brighton.
Northern Line (London Bridge & Monument) - direct link to Kings Cross, St Pancras (Eurostar International Station) and Euston stations and to all other Underground lines.
Jubilee Line (London Bridge) - the modern extension provides direct links to Waterloo station, the Docklands (including Canary Wharf), Stratford (London Olympics site) in the east end and Bond Street in the west end
Tenure: Share of Freehold