About the building
Paramount Court is perfect example of British Modernism. Built within the years between the two world wars, the design encapsulates Art deco influences and fuses Bauhaus aesthetics with functionally. The building is stepped in history and was once home the famous Ballroom dance hall, that was a hot bed for the Jitterbug dance craze.
About the Apartment
This apartment has been designed by award winning Scandinavian architects to create a truly modern living experience. The property has an open plan living room/kitchen, that include walnut wood flooring, customised built in storage and a full-length wall mirror. The kitchen has high quality integrated German appliances, a Corian worktops and space saving interior made to maximise all available space.
There is more storage running down the hallway that leads you to the bathroom and 2 bedrooms. The bathroom includes underflooring heating and a Japanese style deep omnitub.
Both bedrooms include further built in storage and walnut flooring.
The building has been going through internal renovations, that are soon to be complete, the communal hallways have been designed to mirror Paramount Courts Art deco heritage. The block also benefits form a full porterage service.
About the Area
Paramount Court is located to the North side of Tottenham court and is perfectly placed to access all the West End has to offer an abundance of shops and restaurants are locate don Tottenham Court road, Charlotte street and further into Fitzrovia.
Warren Street, Euston and Goodge Street stations are all nearby providing easy access to all parts of the capital.
Asking Price: £825,000
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