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  6. Positive Sentiment Translates Into Increased Investment Volumes Across Asia Pacific according to DTZ
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St Giles

Location: London, SE5


St Giles is the conversion of a beautiful listed building into a series of 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments. At the front, the retention of a Grade II listed red brick wall forms a historic enclosure around a large entrance courtyard with pedestrian access and ample parking spaces. The existing building, the former offices of St Giles Hospital, has a striking red-brick front elevation in an Arts and Crafts style with Portland Stone detailing. Inside, the 12 new apartments range from 549 sq.ft to 1098 sq.ft. and make the most of the building’s room sizes, high ceilings and generous windows. Every apartment has a living room looking towards the front and Brunswick Park.

  • 1, 2 & 3 bedroom luxury apartments
  • Prices from £345,000 (£501/sq.ft.)
  • High rental yields
  • 10 minutes by underground to Victoria & Blackfriars
  • Nearby renowned schools Trinity, Alleyn’s & Dulwich College
  • Completes May 2013