Evans Granary Apartments, Stoney Street, SE1, £5,500,000, Knight Frank

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This stunning loft style penthouse has four bedrooms, three bedrooms, two reception rooms and is on the doorstep of the famous Borough Market.

EVANS GRANARY balcony view

The warehouse style penthouse apartment also has breathtaking views of St Paul’s Cathedral, the City skyline and the River Thames.

From inside this glorious home the eye-opening infrastructure and design that flows through every room is visible. Sliding walls on the 5th floor offer flexible living space which can be completely open-plan or divided up into separate bedrooms.


The internal ceiling heights are over 12 feet on the 5th floor and almost 11 feet on the 6th floor. In addition, the spectacular views can be enjoyed from the external terraces, which measure 1,300 square feet.

Other internal features include a private demised lift lobby with key access, private  CCTV covering the entrances, video controlled ground floor access, air conditioning and underfloor heating throughout and a fully integrated audio visual system which controls TV, music, underfloor heating and lighting all from an iPhone or iPad. In addition there are motorised remote controlled Venetian blinds throughout and fully scene set controlled lighting. The penthouse comes with a share of the freehold, currently 114 years, 11 months.

Evans’ Granary, built on London’s South Bank, incorporates the medieval remains of Winchester Palace; a designated Scheduled Ancient Monument right in the heart of the vibrant area of Borough.  Local hotspots include a vast choice of entertainment venues.  Within a one mile radius, there is The Tate Modern, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, the Old Vic Theatre and the Royal Festival Hall.

With Borough Market on the doorstep and the West End within easy reach, this property is well-located for shopping in the capital. There are a number of popular restaurants and bars located on Southbank. The impressive French restaurant, Pont de la Tour is only a short walk along the river. Borough Market boasts an array of eateries including Roast.

London Bridge has well-serviced transport links with the national rail (direct route to Gatwick airport), Jubilee and Northern Underground lines enabling easy access through the City of London, Canary Wharf (3 stops), as well as connections to London City Airport.


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