Site acquired and planning obtained for this luxurious Grade II listed development. 23 Paradise Street (also known as William Gaitskell House) is a Grade II listed Regency era town house dating from 1814. Subsequently extended and used as a Police Station from 1836-1965, and from then on as offices, the house is one of the few structures within the neighbourhood to survive the blitz of the Second World War.
Working alongside award winning architects, Burwell Deakins, planning and listed building consent was obtained to return the property to residential use. The development consists of spacious luxury apartments and town houses, all full of character and light.
The development is uniquely located within a few hundred yards of the river and with a choice of beautiful parks within a few minutes walking distance. Bermondsey tube station and Canada Water Station are both 10 minutes walk away giving excellent transport links to Canary Wharf, Bond Street and Stratford.
Refurbishment & conversion
Apartments & town houses