The School House, Pages Walk, London, SE1

2 beds | 2 baths | 1 receptions | £900,000

  • Secure parking space
  • Exposed beams, former school conversion
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Over 1,000 square feet
  • Communial gardens and BBQ area
  • Secured gated block

Reconfigured in 2016 and affording superb living space, the Old School House is exactly what it says on the tin. Sympathetically renovated by the builders, many original features remain and you really feel like you are living in a historical building within Bermondsey. The building is set behind secure, gated entry and affords a tranquil living environment with the carefully manicured communal gardens. During the day there is a day porter for your convenience.

Upon entry to the property itself you are immediately struck by the natural light which flows seamlessly throughout whilst beams and exposed brickwork add to the overall character. The main bathroom is on your immediate left and plays host to a bath with overhead shower, WC and basin. Elsewhere on this floor you will find two generously proportioned bedrooms with the principle boasting its own en-suite shower room. A fashionable staircase leads to the upper floor with the neat kitchen in front of you. Then comes the pice de resistance: double doors open to the most fabulous living room complete with wonderful original features and far reaching views over the city. Offering enough space for both dining and living, there is also a mezzanine level which is ideal for a further sleeping area, study or reading spot.

As if this wasn't enough, the property comes with its own secure parking and bicycle storage.

With the number 21 bus on your doorstep, you will find yourself at Borough market in just 10 minutes with excellent links to the city. Furthermore, there are a vast array of local amenities merely a stone's throw away including many shops, bars and restaurants.

An early internal inspection comes highly recommended!

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