Tower Bridge London Apartment in a Converted Victorian Leather Warehouse

Tower Bridge London Apartment in a Converted Victorian Leather Warehouse

A 3,000 square feet Tower Bridge London apartment on the top floors of a converted Victorian leather warehouse, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

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The Tower Bridge London apartment has an abundance of original features and has been stylishly furnished. The living space offers double height ceilings with original timber beams, exposed brickwork, wooden floors and open fire. Original crittal windows run the entire perimeter of the apartment providing amazing natural light.

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This film-friendly space is home to vintage furniture, original street art and one-off designer pieces.

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A spiral staircase leads up to a mezzanine office that overlooks the main living space, offering great aerial shots. The mezzanine is a large space located up in the roof space and has direct access out to the roof terrace.

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The bedrooms are large and drenched in daylight thanks to the overhead skylights. The high ceilings continue into these spaces with original exposed timber beams. Private roof terrace with probably the best unobstructed 360° view of central London – London Bridge, Tower of London and The Shard are almost touching distance. The roof terrace is decked and has a dining area and also a hot tub.

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The entrance to the apartment is on the third floor of the building, and access from street level is via wide industrial staircase only. There is no elevator. Courtesy of ShootFactory, London, UK

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