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Last apartment available at Newhams Row

London SE1 website team

Acorn Homes says that it has enjoyed a very successful first quarter, selling out all but one apartment at 3 Newhams Row, a building that has become a new landmark in Bermondsey.

3 Newhams Row


The chequerboard building, as 3 Newhams Row has now become known, comprises 14 residential apartments each offering over 900 sq ft of space. The final property released for sale is apartment 7 which is priced at 395,000.

Located on the fourth floor offering fine views of the London skyline, the 1129 sq ft two bedroom apartment is fitted to a high standard of specification throughout with division of space emphasising the living areas. Acorn says that "an inventory of classic fixtures and fittings including Italian kitchen units, granite worktops, chrome mixer taps and handles, classic white porcelain sinks and sanitaryware give the property a timeless appeal and also make it perfect for investment".

3 Newhams Row

3 Newhams Row is a patchwork quilt of orange, grey, black and cream external tiling.

"Part of the appeal for purchasers at 3 Newhams Row was the opportunity to own property in a unique identifiable building that will be a focal point in Bermondsey for many years to come" says Dan Marsden, sales and marketing director at Acorn Homes.

"The release of the final apartment signals the end of a successful run of sales at 3 Newhams Row, which has exceeded all of our expectations."

To view the final property at 3 Newhams Row,contact the appointed agents: Acorn Residential on 020 7089 6565 or Kalmars Residential on 020 7940 7980.

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