Terrace overlooking quiet square.
Located within a few minutes walk of Chancery Lane tube station on the central line. A ten minute walk to the heart of the West End's theatre land and the vibrant Covent Garden.
Walk 10 minutes in the opposite direction you will be in the heart of the financial centre, St Pauls Cathedral and the River Thames. Culturally, the Tate Modern and the British Museum to name just a few are on your doorstep.
Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square are well within reach on an inspiring walk. For shoppers, Oxford Street is a 20 min walk or a short taxi/bus ride. Neighbouring Leather Lane market is a hive of activity for food and wares, with the world famous jewelery street of Hatton Garden adjoining.
A plethora of eateries, bars and clubs await you as you explore this bustling central location from the comfort of this luxury duplex apartment, well hidden from the noise and traffic, with a terrace over looking a pretty square. Major Airports are easily connected to Farringdon station 5 minutes walk away.
Leather Lane market now famous for all of the delicious street food stalls. Any country in the world is represented in this little street from English to Thai, name it!
Many world famous chefs are housing their restaurants in this area: Mark Hix, Gordon Ramsey and Jamie Oliver in St Paul's 15 min walk away.
The apartment is very comfortable and has a sense of homely feeling. Everything was hand picked and chosen for living not for rental.
Beautifully decorated double room.
The apartment is fitted with: dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave, coffee maker, kettle, toaster.
The open plan modern kitchen and lounge are perfect for relaxing and cooking. The terrace is very pretty and well maintained with flowers. It overlooks a leafy square.
The apartment is located on the second and third floor (top floor), it is a duplex with day area on the second floor and night area on the 3rd floor.
The building is low rise, small estate, quite and well maintained. No lift.
If you like to experience London from the heart but still have a local feel you must know this is the neighborhood to choose. Clerkenwell used to be a part of London's industrial heartland. Now, the warehouses are home to design agencies and magazines, the factories have become exclusive bars and restaurants, and the slum housing has been turned into exclusive flats for professional twenty-somethings. As the local population moved out, the pubs found a new way of making money, and many of London's oldest and best gastropubs are in this area, supplied with top quality ingredients by Exmouth and Smithfield Markets. With few tourists and hotels, Clerkenwell is very quite at weekends ''“ that is until you stumble across the areas around Farringdon and Smithfields, which have been so popular for so long that they've generated their own local economies of bars, shops and restaurants. In the North, Sadler's Wells is London's flagship venue for contemporary dance. During the week the area is populated with thousands of office workers, the markets are out, the shops are hiving, the restaurants are always busy. It is fun to just sit on the balcony sipping a coffee and watching the life going by!
The Central Line (Chancery Lane station) is just under 4 minutes walk at the end of the road. Buses are numerous going in all directions.
Farringdon station is also under 5 minutes walk and this is not only an underground station but also a busy train stations with trains to Gatwick airport and Luton airport.