can be found set back from Brunel Road, within a
, between Bermondsey and
. The space, which is of
expanse, has been elegantly ushered into a state of
by the current owners with excellent sensitivity to an
past. It contains, within its 5,110 sq ft, five bedrooms, an entirely
second floor with large
, off-street parking, and a brilliant nine-seater cinema, purported to have one of the country’s
The house is arranged over three versatile principal levels, with
flooring in all but the ground-floor bedrooms and
in selected rooms. At its summit is an incredible
flooded with light
and warmth from walls of u-shaped profiled glazing, with a suspended log
, modular summer kitchen and glazed
doors to a 30ft roof garden.
descends to the first-floor landing, with at one end, a double bedroom, and at the other a seating area, both illuminated by walls of the same
glazing as the upper level. Beyond a glazed
dividing wall is the master bedroom; an expansive, open room with gas fire,
and a separate WC. A utility room can be found behind a sliding pocket door from the landing.
A single step leads down to the kitchen and dining room which extends almost 40ft in length, tapering to a
window at the far end, its red frame a wonderful punctuation upon the front facade. Worktops and walls are
, with appliances by
The ground floor is arranged in two parts, designed to act independently when necessary. From the main entrance, a large hallway provides access to a double bedroom with
shower room, two guest WCs, and a state-of-the-
From the tapered staircase that rises to the upper levels, a concealed door within the wall leads to a wing with two bedrooms and a shower room finished in
. The larger of the bedrooms has access to the exterior allowing the rooms act as an independent apartment.
At the front of the house is a
garden, with parking for two cars.
The house occupies a remarkably
position, despite its convenient proximity to Rotherhithe station. Within a few hundred feet are the banks of the
and the green open spaces of King’s Stairs Gardens and the larger Southwark Park. The immediate area is home to a number of theatre and film studios, as well as some excellent, renowned pubs and cafes such as The
, The Ship and The Brunel, and the
Brunel Road is extremely well located for transport links. Rotherhithe Station runs London Overground services to Shoreditch
and Highbury & Islington among others. Canada Water is a five-
for Jubilee Line services to London Bridge, Bond Street and Stratford International.