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Roupell Street, London, SE1

Sold

3 Bedroom House Sold

Positioned amidst a terrace of Georgian houses, Roupell Street is one of central London’s most recognisable streets. This immaculately fully refurbished and renovated three-bedroom property is arguably the finest house to come to the market in recent times. The private rear garden backs on to gardens from the parallel street and offers an incredibly peaceful setting. It is equally sun soaked with parts covered in sunshine most of the day.

The house has been redesigned with great precision, extending the footprint at the rear beneath a mono-pitched glass roof that lets in fantastic amounts of natural light. While carefully considered elements can be seen throughout the space, the highlight of the property is no doubt its contemporary, open-plan rear extension kitchen/dining area, which has a glass roof that draws plenty of light into the rest of the home. Another fine highlight is the beautiful spacious bathroom complete with separate walk-in shower to compliment the bathroom suite which includes the roll top double flipper bath.

During the renovation project, many of the original features have been retained throughout the house. The sash windows are a fine example and have been exquisitely refurbished to a high standard. Other features include the refurbishment of the Georgian panelling and even the front door of the house has been restored.

Roupell Street is an incredibly picturesque location, sheltered from the surrounding noises of Central London. The Cut and Lower March are just a few streets away, home to both the Young and Old Vic and convenient local amenities, which includes an excellent eateries options for the food lovers. The Southbank is a short stroll to the north, giving easy access to the Tate Modern, National Theatre, the BFI and Festival Hall, as well as more excellent bars and restaurants. Flat Iron Square, Maltby Street Market and Borough Market are all within walking distance and represent the exciting evolution and impetus of the area.

Waterloo station is less than five minutes’ walk, for extensive National Rail services and access to the Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern and Waterloo and City Lines. Southwark Station is even closer for access to the Jubilee Line. For further transport links Blackfriars station can be reached just 0.5 miles away which offer services south as far as Brighton, and north to Cambridge and Peterborough respectively.

Roupell Street-a Georgian enclave in London’s Waterloo district that has miraculously escaped the radical modernization brought on by urban development-this three-bedroom house in a three-story, heritage-listed building had been vacant for some time before the existing owner expertly re-configured and re furbished this house to the highest standard.

Tenure: Please confirm with Circa London whether this property is freehold or leasehold

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Southwark
The Pavilion 118 Southwark Street
Southwark
London
SE1 0SW

020 3137 7877
info@circalondon.com

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