One of a pair of former council homes which hit the headlines in 2013 when they were sold at auction by Southwark Council for £2.96 million is now back on the market at £3.35 million.
The four-bedroom house dates from 1830 and was part of the adjacent Anchor Brewery complex.
A refurbishment by architects Camu & Morrison has essentially doubled the value of the houses, with one of the homes now back on the market with an asking price of £3.35 million.
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