Asking price: £3,500,000
Very Rarely does a freehold house come onto the market in Clerkenwell, especially one that has been designed by a renowned architect. Piers Gough, Partner and founder of CZWG Architects has designed a number of acclaimed buildings and master plans, he was awarded a CBE for services to Architecture in 1998 and elected a Royal Academician in 2002.
With its discreet entrance from Albion Place, the house offers flexible and versatile accommodation with its individuality expressed externally in the use of graduated varying shades of bricks, deep blue-glazed roof pantiles, diamond-paned windows, square grids and dramatic geometrical terraces and balconies.
Located on the corner of Britton Street and Albion Place in one of the most sought after enclaves in Clerkenwell the house over looks one of the very few green open spaces in the area; St John’s Gardens, as well as being moments away from Farringdon Underground and Mainline Stations which will benefit from the opening of Cross Rail in the first quarter of 2018. The area is now a culinary hot spot with some of the most desirable restaurants in London.
Currently the house is arranged with three bedroom suites all with their own bathroom, an elegant 43 ft (13 m) reception room, kitchen/breakfast room and the most wonderful double height studio room which has its own separate entrance.
Telephone: 020 7250 1012
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