Located within one of Clerkenwell’s finest boutique warehouse buildings, this outstanding architect-designed loft is a true masterpiece, and offers buyers a wonderful opportunity to purchase.
About the apartment
The dual aspect lateral loft apartment is arranged on the second floor, boasting superb lush views across Spa Fields and the striking skyline of Clerkenwell and the City.
With a bespoke meticulously designed and modern interior created by Studio Felicity Bell, the apartment has featured in Elle Decoration, Blueprint design Magazine, numerous books on loft living and was described as ‘an ingenious changing space’
Located moments from Exmouth Market, on the corner of Rosoman Place and Rosoman Street, the apartment boasts original loft features such as exposed brickwork and high ceilings.
The open plan, dual aspect living space has ample room for entertaining and a bespoke recessed kitchen with rosewood-colour timber work surface and two integrated under counter fridges, a double oven as well as ample storage.
The apartment offers flexible living with sliding translucent glass and folding screens in the entrance area allowing the open plan space to be transformed, creating guest accommodation when required. The study/home office can be concealed by closing off a wall of sliding-folding doors. The floors throughout are finished with a striking high-gloss, charcoal-grey poured rubber surface.
The spacious bedroom, enjoys a delightful tree-lined outlook and includes generous built-in full-height wardrobes. A floor to ceiling, double-width sliding translucent glass door opens onto a contemporary ensuite bathroom with high quality finish featuring Vola taps and accessories. There is also the benefit of a laundry cupboard.
The apartment includes underfloor heating throughout, in-ceiling speakers, integrated cabinet lighting, flush stainless D-line door pulls, and extensive, cleverly designed storage. Window bays are lined with bespoke book shelves.
Set in a historical part of Clerkenwell, 63-67 Rosoman Street was built in 1933-34 by Henry Kent Limited for Edward Delfosse, whose manufacturing company was based there. The design of the building, and brick common parts are typical of a Clerkenwell Loft building. The building was converted in 1998, and was one of Clerkenwell’s earliest Loft developments.
Rosoman Street however dates back much further, and its name was adopted in 1774 when Thomas Rosoman, who built and managed Sadlers Wells, resided there. The London Spa and New Wells, which was famous for its spas and pleasure gardens was also located here.
Exmouth Market located close by, is home to many of Clerkenwell’s finest and most popular restaurants and bars including Moro, The Eagle, Quality Chop House, Caravan and Blackfoot; and cafes including Gail’s, Sweet and Briki. Sadler’s Wells Theatre is conveniently close, as is Rosebery Avenue, with buses frequently passing through on route to the West End.
Alternative local transport connections are via Farringdon Underground and Mainline Stations, and Angel Underground Station. Farringdon Station will be home to the New Crossrail Station from 2018, which is very exciting for the area and will be a huge benefit to both residents and local businesses.
Register your interest in this property by contacting our City sales office on 020 7250 1012 or firstname.lastname@example.org@h-s-c.co.uk
020 7250 1012
Lisa joined our St John Street sales office in 1998 and has developed into one of the area’s most experienced estate agents. Her local knowledge of the market is impeccable and her name is consistently passed to friend of purchasers and sellers who are looking for her guidance and help in helping them find a home. Lisa is a Member of the National Association of Estate Agents
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