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£1,350,000

Warner Street, London, EC1R

  • 2 beds
Flat

£1,350,000

  • 2 beds
Flat
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A beautifully presented apartment with terrace and access to three balconies. Conceived and designed by the architectural practice Gogo Studio, this smart, boutique residential development was built on the site of timber merchants. Originally the area was known as Coldbath Fields and became, in the early 1800’s Clerkenwell’s centre for specialist craftsmen working in cabinetry, scientific-instrument makers and jewellers. By the late 1800’s it was London’s “Little Italy” with over 900 ice-cream barrows operating in Clerkenwell alone. Clerkenwell now voted as the best place to live by The Times in 2024 has certainly seen one of the smartest yet sympathetic renovations, become the creative centre of London with many of the most illustrious brands in design and architecture calling the area home. This elegant, lateral apartment offers relaxed living, a space which is both luminous and comfortable. The accommodation comprises a reception area with living, dining and kitchen spaces with access to a terrace as well as two balconies. There is a principal bedroom suite with ample storage, access to a further balcony and its own ensuite bathroom. There is a further bedroom currently used as a study/home office and a guest bathroom. Warner Street is located between Farringdon Road and Clerkenwell Road. Farringdon underground and main line station is a short stroll away from Warner Street with access to the Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith and City lines, National rail and the recently opened Elizabeth Line. In fact, it is one of the only stations in London that offers north-south as well as east – west connections, making the city, Canary Wharf and London's west end easily accessible, not to mention easy access to Kings Cross St Pancras with its Eurostar terminus. With great shopping and tremendous diversity of acclaimed restaurants, bars, galleries and wine bars, Clerkenwell remains one of London’s best kept secrets.

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£1,350,000

2 bed flat for sale

Warner Street, London, EC1R
A beautifully presented apartment with terrace and access to three balconies. Conceived and designed by the architectural practice Gogo Studio, this smart, boutique residential development was built on the site of timber merchants. Originally the area was known as Coldbath Fields and became, in the early 1800’s Clerkenwell’s centre for specialist craftsmen working in cabinetry, scientific-instrument makers and jewellers. By the late 1800’s it was London’s “Little Italy” with over 900 ice-cream barrows operating in Clerkenwell alone. Clerkenwell now voted as the best place to live by The Times in 2024 has certainly seen one of the smartest yet sympathetic renovations, become the creative centre of London with many of the most illustrious brands in design and architecture calling the area home. This elegant, lateral apartment offers relaxed living, a space which is both luminous and comfortable. The accommodation comprises a reception area with living, dining and kitchen spaces with access to a terrace as well as two balconies. There is a principal bedroom suite with ample storage, access to a further balcony and its own ensuite bathroom. There is a further bedroom currently used as a study/home office and a guest bathroom. Warner Street is located between Farringdon Road and Clerkenwell Road. Farringdon underground and main line station is a short stroll away from Warner Street with access to the Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith and City lines, National rail and the recently opened Elizabeth Line. In fact, it is one of the only stations in London that offers north-south as well as east – west connections, making the city, Canary Wharf and London's west end easily accessible, not to mention easy access to Kings Cross St Pancras with its Eurostar terminus. With great shopping and tremendous diversity of acclaimed restaurants, bars, galleries and wine bars, Clerkenwell remains one of London’s best kept secrets.