This stunning Two double bedroom 1412 sq ft penthouse apartment is split over two levels and has far reaching views out over the River Thames and of the central London Skyline from the 11th and 12th floors of this sought after development. Within view are St Pauls, Oxo Tower, the Shard, Somerset House and many more landmarks.
This sought after development on London's South Bank, is adjacent to Waterloo Mainline and Underground stations. The building is opposite the Royal Festival Hall, adjacent to The Shell Centre, ibm and the London Television Centre, home to many TV shows including Good Morning Britain, The Graham Norton Show, Ant & Decs Saturday Night Takeaway and The Jonathan Ross Show to name but a few.
Residents of The Whitehouse benefit from 24 hour porterage, a well-equipped residents only gymnasium, swimming pool with spa and sauna, secure underground parking and residents gardens to the rear.
With a rare double aspect terrace to the south and easterly aspect, this carefully designed two storey apartment boasts two en-suite bedrooms and an eclectic mix of Scandinavian and European furniture complimenting the architectural finishes and the neutral yet modern colour scheme.
The glass staircase is a talking point as is the glazed bathroom and the beautifully appointed kitchen. The current owners have enjoyed making this incredible home possible.
Culturally, Belvedere Road is where you need to be. The Royal Festival Hall, with the resident orchestras of The London Philharmonic and the London Sinfonietta, the Queen Elizabeth Hall music venue (reopening 2017) the National Theatre, the Hayward Gallery the bfi imax, Britains biggest cinema screen all on your doorstep complimented by The Old Vic Theatre and the vibrant and delightful Lower Marsh.
Eating locally is a delight, along with the acclaimed Skylon at the Royal Festival Hall, restaurants at the Royal Festival Hall opposite include Giraffe, Strada, Wagamama, Yo Sushi and a New Mexican restaurant Wahaca made out of shipping containers. Along the walkway leading to Hungerford Bridge is the South American restaurant Las Iguanas and Belgian bakery Le Pain Quotidien. Finally there is 1882, an Italian bar / coffee shop, Feng Sushi and the dim sum restaurant Ping Pong. Other establishments locally include Benugo at the bfi, House at the National Theatre, and the new Mondrian Sea Containers.
The night time photography featured was taken from the balcony of the apartment and represent the actual views.
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