VSB Consultancy is delighted to offer this stunning interior designed one-bedroom apartment, finished to the highest specification, in Thirty Casson Square, Southbank Place. This unique apartment is situated on the highest floor of any one-bedroom apartment in the building making it highly exclusive to the development.
The apartment offers 560 sq ft of internal open space, benefiting from floor-to-ceiling windows, comfort cooling, underfloor heating, and a Juliet balcony. The apartment’s interior has modern finishes with the use of high-quality natural materials creating harmonious and durable interiors. The master bedroom benefits from bespoke floor-to-ceiling wardrobes allowing ample storage space. Bespoke designed fully integrated kitchen and bathroom ensure the high-quality and luxurious finishes complete the apartment.
Residents at Southbank Place will benefit from the highest quality of living, with access to the residents’ only amenities floor, which will include his and her steam and sauna rooms, a gymnasium, a 25-meter swimming pool, and treatment rooms, a wet room, and gym classes. Residents will also be able to make use of an outdoor terrace and residents’ lounge, ideal for social gatherings and business meetings alike.
Casson Square, Southbank Place consists of a mixture of prestigious residential and commercial buildings which will include 48,000 square feet of shops, restaurants, and bars with a direct entrance to London Waterloo Station (Northern Line, Bakerloo Line, Jubilee Line, Waterloo & City line, and mainline trains). Encircling the existing and notable Shell Tower building, each residential building was designed by five notable architects. Southbank Place’s architecture is designed by Squire and Partners and Grid Architects, while its interiors are designed by the award-winning Johnson Nayor Interiors.
Local points of interest include the UK’s largest cinema screen at the BFI imax, London’s Southbank, Royal Festival Hall, Hayward Gallery, National Theatre, Young and Old Vic Theatres, the Garden Museum, and London Eye.