Presented to you in association with Acorn Property Group, Hepple & White offers two exemplary Georgian townhouses within a reverently restored Grade II listed building, just a short stroll from South Bank landmarks and the London Bridge Quarter.
Taking its name from the 18th century cabinet maker, George Hepplewhite – considered one of the “big three” English furniture designers of his time – Hepple & White will eloquently exhibit distinctive period fixtures amongst an array of luxurious, contemporary features for an impressive assembly of both past and present. Reinstated interior finishes will include coffered ceilings, decorative panels and cornices; whilst the exterior will be a grand showpiece of Georgian architecture within close reach of Bermondsey’s village-style thoroughfare.
Hepple & White’s magnificent three and four bedroom townhouses will have their living spaces span over three storeys, in addition to a lower-ground level and a roof terrace, creating the ideal family home for admirers of characterful London residences. Spacious private gardens will further add to the exclusive experience; perfect for relaxing, al fresco dining and entertaining guests.
The closest Tube station from Hepple & White is Borough, which is only four minutes’ walk away, whilst London Bridge’s Tube and mainline station is easily accessible in just six minutes. This is also an excellent location for City of London professionals, as the prime business district is just 17 minutes away by foot.
|Price||Description||Help to Buy|
|£2,200,000||3 bedroom Terraced (Town House)||-|
Residents of Hepple & White will have an unending supply of leisure and dining opportunities available to them, with London’s celebrated tourist hotspot, South Bank, just a short stroll away. Here they can tour the Tate Modern, catch an open-air performance at Shakespeare’s Globe or attend a must-see exhibition at the National Theatre.
For an eclectic mix of bars, restaurants and boutiques, the renowned Bermondsey Street is just five minutes’ walk away from the development, whilst London’s culinary champion, Borough Market, is just eight minutes away.
For Northern line services, Borough is a four minute walk away, whilst London Bridge offers Northern and Jubilee Tube services, as well as mainline trains, and is just a further couple of minutes’ walk away by foot. From London Bridge, Canary Wharf can be reached in just six minutes, whilst Liverpool Street in the City of London will be accessible in 10 minutes; both destinations are set to introduce Crossrail services across the capital and the South East from 2018.
Key destinations from Borough station (Zone 1):
|King’s Cross St Pancras||11 minutes|
|Covent Garden||17 minutes|
Estimated completion Q4 2017
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