Cheval Place, Tower Hill, EC3R

POA +Info Available

POA - Available 03/04/2020 - Furnished

Named after a warehouse that operated in London city over one hundred years ago, Brewers Quay Penthouse sits proudly on the top floor of the Cheval Three Quays Residence.
This breath-taking penthouse is in an iconic location with world-renowned attractions on your doorstep. For three months or more, you'll experience the ultimate luxury lifestyle, in accommodation like no other in London.
The main living area boasts floor-to-ceiling windows and a view that is second to none. Overlooking the River Thames, Tower Bridge, The Shard and Big Ben, you can indulge in the ever-changing sights of London every morning and each night.
In the fully-fitted kitchen, you'll find modern everyday appliances, as well as crockery, glassware and utensils to help make you feel right at home. The dining area allows plenty of room for social meals and catch-ups, though you'll also have access to an expansive balcony- complete with a grand dining table and lounge seating. Perfect for festive parties, both the indoor and outdoor area of your penthouse is ideal for entertaining guests.
The master, queen, and twin bedrooms each host luxurious en-suites, with either a family bathtub and shower overhead or walk-in rain shower. Spoil yourselves with complimentary toiletries from The White Company as well as the bathrobes, soft towels, and slippers we'll make available for you.
Each of the bedrooms hosts comfortable beds, dressed in high-quality linen, covers, pillows and access to plenty of storage for your clothes and other belongings.

Important Notice: We have prepared these property particulars as a general guide to a broad description of the property. All photographs, floorplans, measurements and distances referred to are given as a guide only.

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