Rare Georgian Grade II listed house on Wren Street, Bloomsbury

By on Friday, March 2nd, 2018 in Property of the week, Sales.

About the Apartment

We are proud to offer a rare Georgian Grade II listed house on Wren Street, Bloomsbury. Built at the end of the Georgian period in the 1830’s this house encapsulates the refined and understated merits of Georgian style. Eight Houses grace the south Side of Wren Street, uniform in their external facades, they overlook St. Andrews Gardens that became a public garden in 1885.

Rare Georgian Grade II listed house on Wren Street, Bloomsbury

About the Apartment

The house is split over 4 levels and is set out as it was meant to be. The ground floor consists of a large kitchen, with views into the private patio with an adjoining dining room at the front of the house. With full height Period windows on both the North & South side of the house, both rooms enjoy superb lighting.

The basement consists of 2 double bedrooms one with French doors out to a second patio, a galley kitchen and bathroom. There is also access out to the street level.

Moving on up, the 1st floor, that in Georgian design normally has the best room in the building, doesn’t disappoint. With an exceptional Living room and study, adjoining. With period working fireplace, classical full height windows with views across St Andrew Gardens this room offers it all.

The top floor of the house contains the Master bedroom, with built in wardrobes and a spacious family sized bathroom.

Rare Georgian Grade II listed house on Wren Street, Bloomsbury

About the Apartment

Wren street, is situated just to the East side of Grays Inn road, that it is the main artery, leading from Kings cross to Chancery Lane and the city. Wren street is perfectly placed for access to Clerkenwell, with the fashionable eateries of Exmouth market a short walk way. Right on the Easterly edge of Bloomsbury this house, is also a short walk from the famous Lambs Conduit street, that offers boutique shopping and great restaurants. The Brunswick centre is also within walking distance with more restaurants, a cinema and large Waitrose.

Travel wise, Russell Square, Chancery Lane, Farringdon and St Pancras Kings Cross stations provide access to other parts of the capital and London airports.

Rare Georgian Grade II listed house on Wren Street, Bloomsbury

Rhys Thomas

Sales Negotiator at Hurford Salvi Carr
Rhys graduated from University College London as one of their youngest intakes, with a fine arts master’s degree. Having worked on a number of prestigious new homes developments in and around Central London he offers a wealth of knowledge to customers and clients at our West End office.
Rare Georgian Grade II listed house on Wren Street, Bloomsbury