2 bedroom penthouse for saleUpper Ground, London, SE1
This penthouse apartment is exactly why we just love the eclectic London property scene. Built in the 70's under the architectural eye of Richard Seifert, who's style had considerable influence in the 60's and 70's it's a brutal but beautiful modernist statement commanding an imposing position on the banks of the River Thames by Blackfriars Bridge. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms, large private roof terrace and decoratively speaking in great shape, the owners have taken considerable time and effort to take a sympathetic stance when it comes to the overall style and colour swatches. For the budding developers amongst you, there is still scope to add additional floor space (subject to planning) by either pushing out on to the terrace or adding on the roof. In addition to this are two secure underground parking spaces which potentially could be rented out to residents of the new development going up just behind this building potentially producing income.
The wonderful location couldn’t be more central, transport links are superb, buses, tubes and trains propel you to every corner of London with minimal effort and the more energetic can walk to St Pauls and the City (which makes up the scenery from the private roof terrace).
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