Designed by Renato Lusardi as a home and studio, this masterful loft apartment occupies a secluded and peaceful site in the sought after King's Bench conservation area.
The apartment has a modest street frontage, with electric iron gates providing access to an internal parking space. There is an external staircase which takes you up to the first floor landing and glazed double doors open up to reveal a beautiful vast entertaining space, with skylights, high ceilings and huge windows providing extraordinary levels of natural light.
The homeowner has retained the original industrial language, with a pitched roof and delicate steel frame. The space is currently completely open plan on the first floor bar the small office area and storage room to the far north side. The kitchen leads in turn to a dining area, and then opens out into a vast reception room.
The sleeping accommodation is hidden at the rear of the space on the second floor, and accessed via a staircase. On this floor there is a master bedroom and a wardrobe which cleverly moves to reveal a hidden gallery area which looks down onto the large living space below. An outside staircase leads you to a stunning roof terrace with panoramic views of London.
Webber Street is enviably located for the many chic shops, bars and eateries found along The Cut, the beautiful banks of the Thames are also within close proximity.
Southwark tube station is within walking distance, and it is also within easy reach of Waterloo mainline station, Borough Market and London Bridge.
Motorists are well served by the A3, A201 and A301.