Asking Price: £2,500,000
This week’s property definitely has the wow factor. A duplex penthouse apartment with a superb roof terrace and secure underground parking in this former Printers warehouse.
Designed by Waite and Waite for Shropshire House Limited in the 1930’s, Warner House’s design was inspired from Richard Meier’s High Museum in Atlanta.
Its first occupants were printers, manufacturers of lenses and clothing and The Post Office Stores Department, with the former remaining within the building until the late 1980’s. Warner House was converted into loft apartments in the mid 1990’s and houses some of the most amazing spaces in Clerkenwell.
Considered by many as the most sought after former loft building in the area the apartment has been transformed into a wonderful home with two double bedrooms, two exquisite bathrooms, two studies, galleried kitchen/breakfast room and breath taking double height reception room which leads onto a South West facing roof terrace.
The apartment also has the advantage of a secure underground parking space and store room. Warner Street runs off Back Hill conveniently located for Farringdon and Chancery Lane Underground Stations as well as the financial and legal districts which are close by.
Telephone: 020 7250 1012
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