Crest Nicholson is launching a collection of five mews houses at Valentine Place, Southwark on March 11th. The secluded three-bedroom homes are nestled around a communal courtyard at the central London development, and will be ready to move into by late spring.
Located less than a 10-minute walk from both Waterloo station and Southwark Underground, these properties present a rare opportunity to purchase a house in a coveted central location. Set over three storeys, with access to outside space on every floor, each home features three spacious bedrooms, as well as a separate study or snug room. The properties feature large, warehouse style windows which flood the rooms with natural light, making them feel light and airy. The mews house collection is perfect for both families and young professionals looking for some extra space in the capital.
The mews house show home has been dressed by luxury interior designers, Precious McBane, who have created a sophisticated, elegant look to compliment the style of the home. Featuring a subtle colour palette combined with warm natural materials, the show home has an air of informal modern luxury.
Valentine Place possesses a rich history, as the building was previously a Maltina bakery and flour mill. Crest Nicholson has worked hard to ensure that the original façade has been preserved. As a result, the architecture at this development is a mixture of new build and warehouse style, reflecting the neighboring buildings.
Residents at Valentine Place will benefit from being situated just a short walk from London’s South Bank, the capital’s cultural hub. From here, residents will have access to a number of the city’s most iconic landmarks, including the London Eye and Royal Festival Hall. The area is also home to some of the capital’s most exciting theatres, with The Old Vic, Shakespeare’s Globe and the National Theatre just a short stroll away from the development.
Although situated in a prime central location, Valentine Place’s mews houses are located off a quiet road, set around a secluded communal courtyard to provide residents with tranquillity in the city.
Sean Ruane, Sales and Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson London, said: “It’s not often that developers have an opportunity to craft houses in a central city location and we are delighted to now be able offer these luxurious and spacious mews houses to the market. We’ve worked hard to maximise living space, through well-planned design and layout, which ensures residents will enjoy the highest standard of London living.
“Since launching Valentine Place there has been a strong demand for homes and larger apartments. With fantastic transport links across the capital abundant, these homes are perfect for those looking for a central base and we expect the mews houses to move fast.”
Zoe Mercer, Director at Jackson-Stops & Staff, said: “Houses within this central SE1 location are indeed a rare commodity. It is fantastic to see a development providing larger apartments and three-bedroom mews houses, so that the market can finally be opened to families and those seeking more comfortable living in the centre of the Capital.”
The mews houses at Valentine Place will launch on the 11th of March, with prices starting from £2,195,000. To find out more information, call 020 3437 1294, or visit https://www.crestnicholson.com/valentineplace