Scandi-style flats in SE1 triangle:new eco-friendly homes launch in quiet conservation area between Waterloo, Borough and Elephant & Castle

A new-build scheme of nine apartments with light and spacious interiors nestles into this quiet conservation area among historic almshouses.

The veil over a micro area of Zone 1 — the triangle between Waterloo, Borough and Elephant & Castle — is being lifted as developers search for sites behind the high-priced Southwark waterfront.

The area is superbly central with a great mix of historic building types. A new-build scheme of nine apartments in Rushworth Street, part of a quiet conservation area with historic almshouses, slots into the neighbourbood.

The façade of warm brick, stone and bronze window frames echoes surrounding warehouses, while the building is “green”, too, with solar energy powering the common parts and low-carbon heating reducing fuel bills.

Ipsus, the developer, has a track record in creating clean-lined, Scandi-style, homes, with light and spacious interiors.

Prices from £675,000. Call Hamptons International on 020 3451 1544.


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