Mews houses off Bermondsey Street are few and far between. Living space, with four bedrooms, multiple bathrooms and a parking space is unprecedented.
The street, which has now become synonymous with the gentrification of London, has a thriving community of media professionals, artists, galleries, restaurants, cafes and bars. Over the last twenty years the area has soared in popularity and accommodation has become increasingly sought after.
But tucked away behind secure gates, and set in a small private mews in Bluelion Place, such a home has come onto the market. Built in the 1950s on the site of a printing warehouse and grocery shops it was one of the earliest major residential developments in the area.
Extending over four floors with over 2,500 sq ft the property boasts a 25′ reception room, a large balcony spanning the width of the house, two reception rooms, four bedrooms (two ensuite) and two further bathrooms. It is little surprise it’s wearing a two million pound price tag.