A stunning 1,200 sq ft interior designed warehouse conversion with high-end finishes, and separate staircases leading to two double bedrooms on a glass fronted mezzanine.
With its close proximity to the Thames, Tower Bridge, London Bridge Station (12 minutes walk) The Shard, Tower of London and the famous Borough Market.
It has chic modern designer interior, this converted former Victorian leather warehouse offers city living at its best and has been featured on the front cover of the UK Luxury Kitchen, Bathroom and Bedroom magazine and also a special feature in The Evening Standard.
The exposed brickwork walls feature iron winching equipment left in place from the property's days as a busy leather warehouse. Original double height windows allow daylight into the living area, which features walnut wooden flooring. A bespoke DMX lighting system is used to light the 6.5m high wooden roof and original timber beams in any colour of choice and the living area features a dramatic custom-designed feature light. The skylight windows in the roof provide additional light into the apartment and have electrically operated blinds to provide black-out shading at night.
The open-plan kitchen features Hacker cabinetry, black premier granite worktops, a beautiful red glass splash back and wall mounted Mini Om extractor hood and boasts top of the line appliances such as a Siemens hob, dishwasher, oven, and combination microwave, as well as, a Miele fridge freezer.
The bathroom is designed as a wet room with chic black glass walls, a stunning red glass accent wall, a rain shower, a bespoke zebrano wood vanity unit, a heated mirror and towel rail. A flat screen TV above the deep soaking bath and coloured LED's within the space allow you to create the desired mood.
A concealed laundry space houses a Miele washer/dryer and a water softener.
Heating is by grey glass panelled radiators throughout the apartment and designer black coiled radiators underneath the living area windows.
The apartment offers generous storage space throughout, including built-in wardrobes in the bedrooms, under stair storage and built-in units in the entrance hall. A Blitz home security system is also installed.
The Alaska Building was designed by world-famous industrial architect Thomas Wallis, best known for the Firestone and Hoover Buildings. The development benefits from a secure parking space, communal gardens, 24 hr concierge and is located a stone's throw away from the Bermondsey Square .
All communal areas are exemplary and the water gardens and very popular with the residents. T