Modern classics with a nod to the fashionable loft in the Barbican.
When I first went to this property I was expecting a classic lateral Barbican apartment and to a certain extent, that is what I got; the original galley kitchen, listed windows to the ubiquitous balcony. What I was not expecting was a painted concrete floor in dark grey with mid grey walls. I was not expecting a shower room in the exact style and finish of the public loos in the Barbican Centre not the stylish collection of 1950s furniture. It was as if I had walked into a converted warehouse in neighbouring Clerkenwell rather than this 1960s development.
About the Apartment
The property overlooks the Museum of London and is located on the fourth floor (with lift) and accommodation comprises large reception room with painted exposed concrete flooring and underfloor heating, separate original kitchen, dining room/study separated by concertina door from the reception room, double bedroom with fitted wardrobes, tastefully refurbished shower room with utility cupboard for washing machine. There is a balcony running the length of the apartment. Internal floorspace extends to 826 sq ft (76 sqm) and is offered on a furnished basis although some minor substitutions may occur compared with the advertised photographs. It may be possible to rent the property on an unfurnished basis on request.
Mountjoy House located on the south side of the Barbican estate and is just a short podium walk over the lakes to the Barbican Centre with all its events. It is serviced by both nearby stations being Barbican and Moorgate for Circle, Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan and Northern line rail services.
As the Barbican Estate is Grade II listed an Energy Performance Certificate is not required.
Asking Price: £500 pw + Admin fees
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