Sunny one bed with a South facing patio in a boutique development of apartments - finished to a high specification, on the borders of Elephant and Castle.
Enter via a wide hallway with honed granite tiles and video entry to all apartments. Once inside the apartment you are presented with luxury Italian porcelain timber effect floor tiles and of course underfloor heating throughout. Individually designed Kuhlmaann kitchens with handless cabinets, smart composite worktops and mirrored glass splashbacks. Fully integrated Bosch appliances and a Capel wine cooler. The reception area is nearly 23ft long, with a dramatic floor to ceiling south facing picture window. There is also a south facing patio accessed from the reception - a lovely space to unwind with a glass of wine at the end of the day or a relax in the morning at weekends with the newspapers.
There is the same attention to detail and high specification in the bathroom - Italian concrete effect porcelain tiles, Duravit bathroom suites - with contemporary integrated taps and shower fittings. There is also a glass shower screen and rain shower, heated towel rail and a large heated and illuminated mirror, which is a lovely finishing touch.
The bedroom has a fabulous dual aspect window, which is a lovely design feature. Nourison luxury wool carpets and underfloor heating, making it a tad easier to get out of bed on a cold morning and a door to access the sun room/balcony.
All doors and windows are graphite powder coated steel, internal doors are all solid oak, sockets and switches are flush mounted satin nickel. The principal living areas have TV, telephone and USB sockets.
Along Walworth road there are a great variety of shops with a burgeoning restaurant and café/bar scene. You also have the colour and bustle of East Street market a short walk away too. Plenty of buses from Walworth Road will whisk you the few stops it takes to get up to the vibrant regeneration hub of Elephant & Castle for tube (Bakerloo, Northern) and surface rail connections. Or take the 0.8 mile walk via Kennington Park to get to Oval tube and the popular Oval Saturday farmers market. It is a hop skip and a jump from Boundary Lane to Burgess Park, which, at a mile long, is Southwark’s largest. There is plenty to explore here – the café, outdoor gym, lake, state of the art playgrounds, tennis courts, table tennis tables, designated barbeque facilities and even a world class BMX track – and all kinds of community events to enjoy throughout the summer.