The marvelous vintage homes vary from Victorian to mid-century current, whetting customers’ appetite for commercial-style houses.
Until recent years, this turned into an off-pitch place but has now been available from the bloodless, with improvement spreading from Borough Market and London Bridge, bringing artisan food shops and craft stores to gritty backstreets of the location’s many railway arches. The BBC’s hit TV collection The Great British Sewing Bee is filmed in certainly one of Bermondsey’s quirky warehouses.
Posh property agency Grosvenor is seeking plans permission to convert the previous Peek Freans biscuit manufacturing unit complex into a new neighborhood of 800 homes. The area where Crosse & Blackwell churned out Branston Pickle, Worcestershire Sauce, and Salad Cream is becoming a brand new address with 406 homes plus artist studios and a gallery area.
The 4.7-acre site incorporates nine homes being redeveloped into flats and townhouses overlooking new courtyards and lawn squares.
The first segment of the £220 million tasks is called The Tannery, in the Twenties building with a placing entrance dominated via a black concrete staircase. Flats in a related new building have a similar design subject matter, with SieMatic kitchens, butler sinks, and Crittall-style black metal-framed windows.
The development carries galleries and studios for Tannery Arts and co-running office space. Basement parking is to be had, and larger loft apartments with roof terraces are coming later.
A bonus for early bird buyers is the Bakerloo line Tube extension from Elephant & Castle to New Cross Gate. Preliminary work is underway, with two new stations alongside nearby Old Kent Road anticipated to enhance neighborhood belongings values.