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25 Bermondsey Wall West

25 Bermondsey Wall West

37 Bermondsey Wall West

This is a guide to the best riverside properties to buy or let in the locality. in the Tower Bridge and St Saviours conservation areas.
Borders: Shad Thames and Tooley Street. 
Park: Potters Field Park 
Underground station: London Bridge
Prime roads: Shad Thames, Mill Street
Architecture: Victorian to Modern
History: Originally part of London Docks 

see 1862 map

Springalls Wharf
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Developer: Berkeley Homes
Architects: David Woods
Residents Association: Jacobs Island
Car park space. concierge and gym

 

Providence Square & Tower
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Developer: Berkeley Homes
Residents Association: Jacobs Island


Luna Building
37 Bermondsey Wall West
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Architects: Glen Howells
Developer: Berkeley Homes  
Modernist with glass-fronted balconies that hang over the large riverside terrace. Each flat has bright-white kitchens and bathrooms and teak flooring. The river elevation is set back at ground floor level to accommodate the river walkway and a restaurant on the ground floor, with 47 one and two-bedroom apartments, including duplexes, above,

 

       

27 Bermondsey Wall East

Jubilee Yard

5 Mill Street

Mill Street

 

River View Heights
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Developer: Albany Group
Communal river fronted terrace, 24 hour porterage, lift access and secure car parking space.

 

Canvas House
Developer: Waterhouse
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The Canvas House, a derelict Victorian warehouse built in 1885, where ships' sails were made, and was later used for storing tents and marquees. Some apartments still have hooks in the ceiling beams where the sails were hung up.
In 1993 it was converted into loft apartments and studio offices in a newly created cobbled courtyard.. 
Telegraph review


Scotts Sufferance Wharf
5 Mill Street
SE1 2BF
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Developer: Peer Group
Late 1970s mixed use development.
Balconies, concierge and secure parking

 

New Concordia Wharf
Mill Street
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Developer: Waterhouse
Architect: PTEa
Grade 2 listed. New Concordia Wharf was built by. Seth Taylor in 1885 as a grain warehouse. He named it after a town called Concordia, near Kansas City, USA, from where much of the grain was imported. In 1934 Taylor sold the buildings to Butlers Wharf Company who undertook not to use the buildings for flour or provender milling. In 1937 the buildings became Tea Warehouses. In1983 Andrew Wadsworth converted the New Concordia Wharf Victorian warehouses into apartments. 

 

       

Queen Elizabeth Street

1 Shad Thames

27 Shad Thames

34 Shad Thames

The Circle
Queen Elizabeth Street
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Developer: Waterhouse in partnership with Harry Handelsman’s Farlane N.V
Architect: Piers Gough
On a 2.5 acre site, the former Courage Brewery stables, once housed over 100 dray horses. The Circle was launched in 1987 and completed in 1991. Has a quarter size bronze sculpture of a dray horse. 299 apartments, 3 houses, health & fitness spa, swimming pool and 4 private gardens plus a circular entrance courtyard in blue glazed bricks.

 

 

Anchor Brewhouse
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Developer: Waterhouse
Architect: PTEa
Grade II listed building. The Anchor Brewhouse was a small brewery bought by Courage in 1787 and closed in 1981. The Victorian building was restored and reconstructed in 1985-1989 and converted into Sixty-two apartments with no two designs the same. The Boilerhouse, Brewhouse and Malt Mill still show the different functions in the process of beer making. It is locate in a Conservation Area.

 


Wheat Wharf
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Developer: Bankside Group Ltd
Architect: Dransfild Owens
Grade 2 listed.40 loft apartments plus offices
Wheat Wharf was Coles Upper Wharf. and the largest granary in Bermondsey in the mid C19.

 

 

Butlers Wharf
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Developer: Conran
Architect: Conran Roche
Grade II listed seven storey converted warehouse. Butlers Wharf opened in 1873 as a tea warehouse and. closed in 1972. From 1987-1989 Butlers Wharf was converted into residential apartments: Spice Quay and Tamarind Court (91 apartments and one freehold house), Tea Trade Wharf (74 apartments) and Cayenne Court (169 apartments in three separate blocks: Caraway Building, Ginger Building and Fennel Building). Butlers Wharf in 1925
Butlers Wharf 1975-78
From 1975-78 Butlers Wharf was used for arts events .
Maggie Blake's Cause
Alleyway connecting Shad Thames with the riverfront

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