About this property
Set back behind private electric gates with a cobbled drive sits this grand converted Grade II listed flour mill, formerly known as Mumford’s Flour Mills. Built by Sir Aston Webb, architect of Admiralty Arch and the front façade of Buckingham Palace.
Positioned on the fifth floor of the main mill lies this corner flat with large circular windows offering plenty of natural light and stunning views of Canary Wharf.
Upon entering the apartment the sense of space is apparent. The living space alone is over 600 ft2. Steps take you down to the long hallway where two double bedrooms can be located, both benefitting from fitted wardrobes and the main bedroom having an en-suite shower room. The concept for The Mill is modern, interior designed genuine warehouse apartments within a historical setting. Designed by Johnson Naylor they feature bespoke kitchens and wardrobes sourced and made in Sweden by Kvanüm, Vola brassware, Bette baths and Jasper Morrison door furniture. The whole design is elegant but robust.
The location of this beautiful development is superb as there are a range of shops including supermarkets, eateries and coffee shops nearby. Deptford Bridge DLR station is just a few minutes away on foot and Greenwich mainline/DLR stations are also close with the historic town centre and park a brisk walk away.