Property information

Alaska Buildings,
Bermondsey,
SE1

Let

EPC RATING: D

Council Tax : band F

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Iconic building
  • Communal gardens
  • 24 hour concierge
  • Heating and hot water bills including
  • Close to Bermondsey Street and Maltby Street
  • Furnished or unfurnished
  • EPC D
  • Available from June 2023
  • Security deposit £4615
  • Holding deposit £923

Story of the Home

A thoughtfully designed two/three bedroom loft style apartment, located in the iconic Alaska Building in SE1.


Positioned on the third floor, this home offers lateral open plan living space. The reception and dining room runs the full width of the apartment with large windows providing lots of natural light. This functional space is great for entertaining, there is also a Grand Piano sitting in the corner for any budding musicians.


The principal bedroom has a large en-suite bathroom, the second bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe. There is a third bedroom positioned on a mezzanine level overlooking the reception room and an additional family bathroom.


The Alaska Building was converted from the former C.W. Martins & Co. fur factory, and extended in the 1920's by world-famous industrial architect Thomas Wallis, best known for the Firestone and Hoover Buildings. The gated development is well known for its sense of community, there are striking communal gardens and 24-hour security and concierge.

The Alaska Building is situated opposite the open spaces of Bermondsey Spa Gardens. Fashionable Bermondsey Street is close by with its selection of gastro pubs, bars and restaurants. Tanner Street Park is a short walk away, as is Maltby Street food market and Bermondsey Underground station (Jubilee Line).


The communal heating and hot water bills are included. The apartment is available in June 2023 furnished or unfurnished.


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"The Alaska Building was converted from the former C.W. Martins & Co. fur factory, and extended in the 1920s by world-famous industrial architect Thomas Wallis, best known for the Firestone and Hoover Buildings."

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