A well presented end of terrace house, dating from the 1920s, built to exemplify Alfred Salter's idealistic vision for a Garden City. The property enjoys front and back gardens with a side return allowing access between the two. The southerly rear garden is large enough to accommodate a size-able conservatory with plenty of room to spare. Internally, the property enjoys three double bedrooms with a resort-style shower to the master, naturally bright reception room with period-typical large front windows and a kitchen/diner leading onto the conservatory. This stretch of Rotherhithe Street is synonymous with modern leasehold apartments lining the river side, making this property a rare freehold gem in today's backdrop of post-dock Canada Water.