Nestled down a quiet passageway, Exchange court is a small development of 8 apartments. Once you’ve entered through the private courtyard and into the building, you leave the hustle and bustle of Covent Garden at the door.
About the Building
Exchange court was built in the 1630’s, that is around the same time the original Covent Garden Piazza was built. Formally Pastured land, this area rose to prominence as a trading location with market stalls gravitating to the Piazza.
About the Apartment
This Second-floor lateral apartment has been designed and built to an excellent standard. Comprising of two bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open plan kitchen/living room. Both bedrooms are a generous size and benefit from classical sash windows. The master bedroom has the luxury of full sized built in wardrobe and an Duravit designed ensuite. The hallways and kitchen come living room feature engineered oak flooring and a multi touch lighting system. The kitchen comes equipped with fully integrated Miele appliances and a composite Stone worktop.
About the Area
Covent Garden has always been a melting point for British and International culture. Home to some of the world’s finest theatres, concert halls and restaurants, it is an area that is deep rooted in its cultural heritage.
Transport links for Exchange court are exceptional, a short distance from Charing cross station that provides National rail connections and access to Northern & Bakerloo underground lines. Leicester square & Covent Garden underground stations are also a short walk away that provide access to the Piccadilly line.
Asking Price: £1,475,000
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