Housing developer London Square has launched a collection of duplex townhouses in the heart of Bermondsey.
The Tannery is designed by Coffey Architects and is the first phase of the new £220m scheme by award-winning London Square, which will feature a new building, and the restoration and conversion of the original Tannery warehouse and other industrial buildings.
The homes include a one-bedroom ground floor and mezzanine townhouse in a refurbished warehouse at The Tannery, with its own ground level front door accessed through the courtyard garden.
There are also two-bedroom townhouses in the restored warehouse, and a selection of new-build three-bedroom townhouses, all with private terraces.
An on-site gym that is equipped with the latest cardio and conditioning machines is also provided.
The development, in Grange Road, is the showcase scheme in a major regeneration plan for the wider Old Kent Road area, which is set to bring thousands of new homes, schools, jobs, parks, public areas and two new tube stations for the Bakerloo Line extension.
London Square Bermondsey will include galleries and studios for Bermondsey-based Tannery Arts - and co-working spaces for start-ups - in a collection of heritage and contemporary buildings.
Bermondsey Street is nearby offering fashionable bars and restaurants, and the Jubilee Line stations of Bermondsey and London Bridge are within walking distance.
To learn more about the development contact London Square on 0333 666 4343 or head to: www.londonsquare/bermondsey
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