STUNNING PRIME RIVERSIDE APARTMENT OVERLOOKING TOWER BRIDGE AND FEATURING BOND-STYLE INTERIORS
One of the most luxurious and well-specified apartments on the Tower Bridge waterfront. It is one of the largest too!
Situated in Anchor Brewhouse, an iconic 18th Century warehouse building, which was the first Courage brewery in London, is a spectacular apartment that features luxurious interiors and incredible views onto Tower Bridge.
On the market with leading prime London agents Anderson Rose for £7.95 million the 3,700 sq. ft. home, one of the largest on the waterfront, comprises three bedrooms, four bathrooms, three reception rooms, cinema room, wine cellar, two private terraces and a back-lit alabaster Onyx bar.
Recently fully refurbished, with ultra-high-quality materials befitting of a trendy 5-star hotel, the apartment is entered via its own private bridge over a multi-tiered water feature, creating a grand first impression. Once inside the open-plan nature of the home, with high ceilings and filled with natural light through glazed windows and a stained-glass wall, is immediately impressive.
On the upper level is a reception room perfect for entertaining, with a contemporary ribbon fireplace and arch doorways that open onto two private balconies that look directly onto Tower Bridge, as well as a magnificent back-lit bar. Also on the upper level is the Principal bedroom, which is accessed via a stepped entrance. The spacious bedroom includes a walk-in wardrobe and large luxury en-suite bathroom with his and hers sinks, bath with TV and a walk-in shower. A floor to ceiling window to the apartment turns opaque with the flick of a switch.
In the centre of the room a circular lit platform hosts the dining area offering a sophisticated space to dine in style, with its curves mirrored by a stunning stained-glass window which takes inspiration from those of the The Ivy restaurant, having been produced by Chiswick Stain Glass, creators of the original windows at the iconic restaurant. The apartment is also fitted with the latest Roka smart home system that controls mood settings, lighting and curtains.
On the lower level are two guest bedroom suites, both of which enjoy direct access to a sheltered patio garden. There is also a further bathroom and a utility room. The kitchen is at the heart of the floor and is without compromise, featuring state-of-the-art Gaggenau appliances and exquisite built-in cabinetry that provides an abundance of storage.
A temperature controlled, glass fronted wine cellar, fitted with a secure remote locking device, is across from the kitchen and provides the perfect space to store a wine connoisseur’s collection. The lower ground floor features a 10-seater cinema room, perfect for family movie nights, parties or as a breakout space. There is also a beautifully appointed cloakroom with shower off the cinema which means the room could be converted to a 4th bedroom, if required.
The grand riverside apartment also comes with two secure underground car parking spaces and benefits from a 24-hour concierge
Jon Byers, Director at Anderson Rose, commented; “This apartment in Anchor Brewhouse is easily one of the finest in the area and would make a true statement home for those looking for a prime London residence. The interiors are straight out of a modern spy film and create the perfect entertainment spaces, whilst there is also the added benefit of looking directly onto one of London’s most recognisable landmarks. This is a home not to be missed!”
The apartment is located within the iconic Anchor Brewhouse, which was home to the first Courage brewery after it was purchased by John Courage in 1787. The location was crucial for the finest beer to be made, with grain, hops and yeast taken directly into the brewhouse from ships that moored on the docks directly outside. Beers brewed by Courage were tested and sold at the nearby Anchor Tap pub with brewing in this part of London mentioned in works by Geoffrey Chaucer and William Shakespeare.
Well-connected the apartment is a stone’s throw from the excellent restaurants and bars of More London, whilst London Bridge (underground and Rail lines) is a short walk away.
For further sales information, contact Anderson Rose on 020 3324 0188 or visit www.andersonrose.co.uk