St Saviours House is a Victorian warehouse conversion which was originally a factory for curing ham. 

The conversion created twelve apartments and two adjoining townhouses which have separate entrances. St Saviours House retains much of its period character as the interior combines exposed brickwork with timber beams and vaulted ceilings. 

Situated on Bermondsey Wall West, a quiet residential street, it is moments away from Shad Thames and all the attractions the South Bank has to offer.