This visionary and imaginatively created, third floor lateral loft apartment was designed by the celebrated and renowned architect Seth Stein and is located in one of Clerkenwell’s most sought after locations; St John Street.
About the Apartment
The loft offers flexible and versatile accommodation with pocket walls enabling an incoming purchaser the opportunity of using the space to suit their needs. With wonderful slate coloured tiled flooring throughout, the loft comprises of a vast 38 ft (11.80m) reception space with three huge West facing windows flooding the apartment with light a separate bedroom/sleeping area and a comprehensive separate kitchen and bathroom. The apartment offers an enormous amount of storage behind floor to ceiling built in cupboards and has the advantage of a secure underground parking space.
About the Area/Transport
Its location on St John Street close to Smithfield is most definitely the favoured part of the street being moments to Farringdon Underground and Mainline Stations as well as the superb facilities and amenities which Clerkenwell has to offer. Farringdon Station which will be one of the most important hubs for Cross rail and predicted to open in 2018, offering access to some of the best routes in London, with direct access to four of London’s International Airports, direct links to Canary Wharf and eight minutes to Mayfair. The City’s financial district and legal headquarter found in Temple, Gray’s Inn and Lincolns Inn are a short walk away.
A superb opportunity to acquire one of the most exciting loft apartments in Clerkenwell.
Asking Price: £875,000
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Register your interest in this property by contacting our City sales office on 020 7250
Telephone: 020 7250 1012
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