Rare development of nine new apartments on Bartholomew Close for sale
One of our most loved locations in EC1 is the area surrounding the church of St Bartholomew the Great. Sandwiched between The Barbican, Smithfield Market and Barts Hospital, the area is awash with history and it’s maze of old alleyways, cobbled streets, squares and eclectic mix of historic buildings will almost take you back to times past.
Maybe one of the reasons that surprisingly many people haven’t heard of this area is that there are no through roads, and traffic levels from both foot and car are next to none.
One of London’s Oldest Church’s St Bartholomew was founded in 1123 and built when Henry I, son of William the Conqueror, was King of England. The building was awarded a Grade I listed building status in 1950.
The church features in numerous award-winning films such as Four Weddings and a Funeral, Shakespeare in Love, Elizabeth: The Golden Age and The Other Boleyn Girl.
Residential developments have been far and few between over the years, in fact there haven been only two of note in the last decade. So it gives us great pleasure to offer a new scheme of nine apartments that look the church and the cobbled St Bartholomew Square.
This boutique development has a selection 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments that are being finished to a high standard with Nuvo multi-room surround system, CAT 6 cabling, whole house ventilation system, oak flooring in the living area, granite work surfaces in the kitchens and marble in the bathrooms.
Due for completion later this summer, we are now offering the apartments for sale off-plan, and the current availability can be found below.
There is limited marketing material available at present, so we would encourage any interested parties to contact us for further information as well as to organise viewings at the development site.
Contact one of our team on 020 7250 1012 or firstname.lastname@example.org
020 7250 1012
Marco is one of London leading residential sales agents who started his estate agency career in 1987. Since joining Hurford Salvi Carr in February 2005, Marco's endless enthusiasm and two decades of experience have proven to be invaluable to clients of our City office. Living locally also gives Marco an excellent platform from which to promote the virtues of our area.
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