Combining Zone 1 accessibility with South London cool has been a Bermondsey trait for some time now and this new development is the latest reason why the SE1 postcode remains such a desirable location. Inspired by the neighbourhood’s legacy of commerce and invention, London Square have built on the site of the old Crosse and Blackwell factory which produced the world famous Branston Pickle. Adjacent to this is the old Tannery site, where fine leather goods were produced. The beautifully designed one, two and three bedroom apartments look out onto one of the world’s most iconic skylines with views of The Shard, Canary Wharf and the London Eye.
A centrally positioned landscaped courtyard leads to the foyer which features a statement staircase and is home to a friendly and professional concierge service. A private gym and sixth floor terrace is available to all residents and underground parking can be negotiated separately. The immediate surroundings are dominated by a network of gardens and terraces that provide a slice of tranquility in the midst of vibrant bustle of the Bermondsey streets. The area is famous for its street markets, independent shops and hip galleries. Restaurants and bars are typically quirky, innovative and unpretentious which provides an alternative to the more mainstream offerings in nearby Borough Market. Transport connections in Bermondsey are quick and convenient. The Jubilee Line runs from Bermondsey Underground Station eastwards to Canary Wharf, London City Airport and Stratford and westwards to the City (London Bridge) and the West End. Most of the Square Mile is within walking distance and morning jog along the Southbank can be completed in half an hour.