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Award-winning developer Crest Nicholson has announced the final launch of an exclusive two-bedroom penthouse at its landmark Brandon House development on Borough High Street. Launching on Thursday 14th of June from 6-8pm, the new show home has been expertly dressed by leading London-based interior designers, Gunter and Co.  


The new show home is a spacious two-bedroom duplex penthouse, positioned in the heart of London’s SE1 postcode. The penthouse boasts a large roof terrace with far-reaching views across London’s skyline, providing the perfect setting for entertaining guests and enjoying the warmer summer months in the capital. The penthouse also features a large open-plan kitchen and dining area, complete with a built-in wine cooler and fully integrated Siemens appliances, and comes fully furnished with exceptional interiors.


This development is situated directly opposite Borough underground station in the heart of Zone One. Residents at Brandon House will enjoy unrivalled transport connections across London’s business districts and cultural hotspots, with Canary Wharf and The South Bank both less than 20 minutes away via the Northern and Jubilee lines. Brandon House also has a 24-hour dedicated onsite concierge team, to welcome residents, sign for deliveries and offer complete security and peace of mind.


Sean Ruane, Sales and Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson London, said: “We’re delighted to unveil this beautiful one-off penthouse at Brandon House, which offers prospective buyers the chance to view first-hand the high-specification homes remaining at this popular development. We’ve worked closely with Gunther and Co to ensure this home reflects the needs of London living, offering a contemporary home that has been designed with working professionals or pied-à-terre buyers in mind.


“We have also launched our final freehold mews houses at Brandon House, a rarity in such a central London location, and we’re pleased to bring these luxurious and spacious houses to Borough. With all apartments now sold out at Brandon House and one final penthouse left, we’d urge prospective buyers to move fast if they’d like to secure one of these last remaining properties.”


Irene Gunter, Director at Gunter and Co, said: “We’ve designed the interiors of this show home to suit a couple who admire art, enjoy travel, and appreciate the finer things in life. The carefully curated combination of neutrals and colours alongside contemporary pieces and antiques adds a personal touch and warm feeling to this exceptional new show home.”

The mews houses start from £1,774,995, and the one-off penthouse is priced at £2.2 million. To find out more, call 020 3437 1101, or visit