A well presented three bedroom early Victorian, terraced freehold house in a conservation area close to Bermondsey Street and London Bridge. The property has a large living area and a kitchen diner with access to the South East facing garden on the ground floor. On the first floor, main bedroom to the front, bathroom in the middle and two bedrooms to the rear. It has solid wood flooring on the ground floor, kitchen is fully fitted with an island and plenty of work space and the bathroom is beautifully finished with a roof light, bath and a shower.
The nearby Bermondsey Street and surrounding area has become one of the most popular locations south of the River Thames which is within an easy walking distance from this property and so is Borough Market, Bankside and the City. Also nearby is Maltby Street Market, Spa Terminus, the very popular river front area of Shad Thames and along the river many of London's most well known landmarks are within easy walking distance.
Pages Walk Conservation area is close to where the old Branston Pickle Factory is being developed with lots of residential and commercial space as well as another historic development the Hartley Jam Factory which was developed early millennium and on Pages Walk, a building now called The Willow, was the original train station for the area built around 1843