Hurford Salvi Carr have been instructed to sell, possibly one of the most sought after apartments in Florin Court and the only one of its type. This wonderful home was the original show apartment and the porters lodgings.
Located on the raised ground floor and with both reception room and master bedroom having views towards Charterhouse Square the current owner has meticulously designed the flat with great flair, imagination and detail. The accommodation comprises reception room with kitchen area, master bedroom with ample storage space, study and stunning shower room.
Built in 1936 by Guy Morgan and Partners, Florin Court is possibly one of the most well-known Art Deco Mansion blocks in Central London. This stunning Grade II Listed building is situated on the Eastern side of Charterhouse Square with its elegant and curved facade and was refurbished by Regalian Properties in the 1980’s to the designs of Hildebrand and Cricker.
The Building became known as Whitehaven Mansions, the fictional residence of Hercule Poirot in the 1990s filming of the TV series based on Agatha Christie’s mystery stories. Residents enjoy the facilities of a day porter, communal roof terrace with spectacular views of the London Skyline, Communal swimming pool, gymnasium, sauna and steam room.
Both Farringdon and Barbican Stations are within close proximity and with the opening of Cross rail in 2018 will benefit from fast rail links to four of London’s International Airports. Currently both stations offer easy and convenient access to both The City and West End and the area is abundant with wonderful restaurants. A truly special apartment.We cannot display this gallery
Asking Price: £795,000
Telephone: 020 7250 1012
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