Florence House EC4
Hurford Salvi Carr are excited to be launching nine unique apartments in the heart of Blackfriars developed exclusively for the residential rental market. These homes have been carved from an historic red brick building on Tudor Street within minutes of the River Thames and Fleet Street, famous for its press history. The building itself is significant in that it was once the National Union of Journalists but is today more likely to appeal to those working in financial and legal services in the area. The mixture of apartments is compelling in that it ranges from generous one and two bedroom City pied a terres through to two truly fantastic homes.
The first floor apartment has 13 ft ceilings which have original feature mouldings and a mezzanine TV area with drinks fridge. For those interested in renting a penthouse apartment occupying the whole of the third floor, there is another fabulous apartment available with vaulted ceilings in the reception room. Both these properties have two generous double bedroom suites.
The apartments have been finished to a very high specification which has been specifically tailored to professional tenants. This includes oiled oak flooring, air conditioning, high gloss kitchen with composite stone worktops, integrated Bosch appliances and glass splashbacks. Bathrooms and shower rooms are fully tiled in solid stone and those apartments which have been furnished have been interior designed.
Prices range from £425 to £1,000 per week. For more information please visit www.florencehouse-ec4.co.uk or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7490 1122 to register with our City Lettings office.
020 7490 1122
Angela started her career in central London Lettings in 2000 after graduating in Economics from Exeter University. She has a Diploma in Residential Lettings and Management and is a Fellow of ARLA. As Manager of the City office since 2010, she has both the experience and qualifications to best advise our clients with her pro-active and candid approach. Angela was born and grew up in London.