A truly spectacular three bedroom apartment on the Southbank SE1, offering panoramic views across the River Thames to Westminster and St Pauls.
This beautifully presented apartment is situated on the 40th Floor of the remarkable One Blackfriars tower and offers 3,667 sq ft of luxury living space. Set in one of Londons most desirable riverside locations, One Blackfriars offers the very best of London right on its doorstep. The apartment comprises a large, open plan living area and kitchen which spans 978 sq ft offering uninterrupted, panoramic views across the River Thames to the City of London, Westminster and beyond, three spacious double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and a separate WC. The apartment benefits from ample storage, with a separate utility room and fitted wardrobes in each bedroom. A sky garden and walkway wraps around the entire property, offering spectacular views, flooding the apartment with natural light. Residents can enjoy a range of luxury amenities within the development, including a 24hr concierge service provided by Harrods Estate, spa and swimming pool, fully equipped gymnasium, yoga terrace, private cinema room and executive lounge. Set on the Southbank, fondly known as the cultural heart of London, this exquisite new development is moments away from the very best the capital has to offer. From dining at the Southbanks famous OXO Tower, enjoying cocktails at the Shard, witnessing history at St Pauls Cathedral or sampling the best of British produce at Borough Market, residents will never find themselves lacking something to do. One Blackfriars benefits from excellent pedestrian, cycle, rail, road and ferry access, with several stations within close walking distance: - Blackfriars Station: 0.3 miles (District line and National Rail) - Southwark Underground Station: 0.3 miles (Jubilee line) - Waterloo Station: 0.6 miles (Bakerloo, Northern, Jubilee, Waterloo & City lines, National Rail services) *Computer Generated Images are for indicative purposes only *Travel distances and times are taken from Google Maps Completions from Summer 2018Less