The Light House
London SE1, United Kingdom
- Residential Development
- Tower Bridge, London Borough of Southwark
- Nine Two & Three Bed Apartments
- Roof Garden
- From £825 per sqft
- Completion July 2015
The distinctive style of the Light House will present a striking new residential setting for this quiet corner of the Tower Bridge area.
An innovative new development of nine two and three-bedroom apartments, over four floors in a single building adjacent to the Hartley Jam Factory regeneration site in the London Borough of Southwark.
Stunning full-height glazing and glass balustrade-lined balconies and terraces will be a feature of each of these generously spacious contemporary living spaces that will be fitted and finished to the highest quality. A secure entrance leads to lobby areas with a lift serving all floors. All apartments benefit from communal amenity space and roof garden area.
Conveniently located for the restaurants, cafés and bars of the vibrant Tower Bridge Road, the Light House will be perfectly situated for the dynamic young professional demographic that favours this thriving part of Prime Central London.
How It Works
Investing in new developments is no different to buying a flat or apartment – because that’s exactly what you’ll be doing. The only difference is that the unit has not yet been developed. Each investor buys one or more apartment prior to or during development. Once you buy a unit you become the legal owner and can do whatever you like with the property once complete – rent it out, sell it or even live in it!
From Tower Bridge and London Bridge down to Old Kent Road, the northern part of Southwark is packed with iconic London locations and landmarks that add a wealth of colour to life in this historic Central London district.
The area’s excellent transport connections make this a high-end commuter’s paradise, with short commutes to leading finance districts such as Bank, Green Park and Canary Wharf, as well as the key international business destinations accessible from the nearby London City Airport.
With its vibrant markets, eccentric boutiques and renowned galleries, this is a part of London where Londoners want to live and high-quality investments are all too rare.
The famed old streets of Southwark Bankside are among the most ancient in the city. Heir to a rich cultural history, this is without doubt one of Prime Central London’s most undervalued locales.
Packed with interesting locations, destinations and attractions, this part of Southwark has grown into a beautiful residential district as investment and improvements have lifted the area without impinging on its unique London identity.
Established in 2012, IDC Develop has quickly fostered a reputation for delivering high-quality residential and mixed-use developments across London and the southeast of England.
Working closely with planners and other local stakeholders to create high-quality, well-designed homes, their goal is to provide contemporary, flexible family living to meet the increasing shortage of new-build residential accommodation.
The company’s Directors have an exceptional track record in the real estate market, bringing over thirty years of individual experience in the industry across a broad range of high-profile projects.
Inaugurated in April 2000 the practice has three directors; John Smyth, Jaimie Watler and Rawdon Sherwood. Centrally located in London Bridge near Borough market, Tate modern and Bankside the practice draws its inspiration and architectural ethos from the rigours of modern urban life. The architectural approach is distinctively contemporary whilst responsible and tempered by the realities of today’s commercial environment. The practice originally formed as a partnership registered as a limited company in October 2011.
The practice has a broad spectrum of skills and experience providing a comprehensive & cohesive approach to both design and technical aspects of all projects our varied portfolio of commissions includes the residential, commercial, healthcare and leisure sectors, the scope of work embraces; feasibility proposals, planning applications master planning through to construction and contract administration on site. Moss are also able to offer visualisation and multi-media skills.
PRICE & COMPARISON
- One Bed: N/A
- Two Bed: £715,000
- Three Bed: £825,000
- The Light House price per square foot: £823
- Local area (SE1) price per square foot: £1,237
(Data provided by Find Properly)
- Step 1: Reservation form and £2k deposit payable
- Step 2: Then, 10% (less £2k) payable within 14 days of exchange of contracts
- Step 3: Then, 5% payable six weeks later
- Step 4: Remaining balance (85%) due upon completion (50%)