Surreal in South London? Check the Plum Guide

Surreal in South London

Love street art, high ceilings and lots and lots of space? You’re going to go ga-ga over this giant two bed/three bath loft conversion in Battersea.

This airy, multi-level, open-spaced accommodation is near Battersea Park and the river, as well as the iconic Battersea Power Station. It’s within a 10-minute walk of Battersea Park Station and Queenstown Road Station with lots of great cafes, pubs and restaurants even closer. Equally in easy reach is the well past up-and-coming and increasingly ultra exclusive neighbourhood of Nine Elms.

Surreal in South London

I recently gave the loft a proper snoop (yep, these are my photos) and was very much impressed. It features loads of smartly displayed street art (eg D-Face, Pure Evil) and accouterments with a well-equipped (and deliciously stocked) kitchen, large dining table, huge windows and plenty of comfy seating. There’s 24-hour secure entry with doorman reception. And – get this – the place goes for only £189 a night and can be booked via Plum Guide.

Surreal in South London

Surreal in South London

About Plum Guide

The Plum Guide curates a collection of the world’s best holiday homes, starting with London. Working from neighbourhood to neighbourhood, they send hospitality experts to ‘Plum Test’ the highest rated homes. Just 1% make it onto The Plum Guide. I’ve teamed up with The Plum Guide to highlight some of their best properties.

Find out more at plumguide.com.

About tikichris

Chris Osburn is the founder, administrator and editor of tikichris. In addition to blogging, he works as a freelance journalist, photographer, consultant and curator.
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