Bedford Court Mansions, WC1B3 bedrooms, £1,499,999

Main Features

1410 Sq ft - 131 Sq m
Three Double Bedrooms
First Floor
Superb Mansion Block

Property Description

This elegant Mansion apartment is located in what many regard to be Bloomsbury's premier mansion block.

Bedford Court Mansions was built in 1890 as accommodation for nursing staff for the local hospital, it is located on the corner of Adeline Place and Bedford Avenue as well as being a stones through from Bedford Square, which was constructed circa 1775-1783 and was the first Square built in London comprising houses of a uniform design.

Built in what is known as the golden age of London Architecture at the height of Robert Adam's influence, who is one of best known neoclassical Architects, it is one of the most adorned Squares in London of Blue Plaques.

With the areas origins dating back to 1086, it was mentioned in the doomsday book believed to house vineyards and a wood. In the present era it is home to numerous walks of life, with academics, lawyers, barristers, creatives and fashion designers to name but a few and is, we believe, one of London's best kept secret location.

This Stylish first floor apartment has been recently redecorated with high ceilings as well as retaining some of its gracious original features. The accommodation comprises a large hallway, formal drawing room with ornate fireplace, fitted kitchen, three generous double bedrooms, bathroom, shower room and utility cupboard.

Local transport facilities are superb with Goodge Street (Northern Line), Holborn (Piccadilly and Central Lines) as well as Tottenham Court Road (Northern and Central Lines) Underground Stations all close by.

The area will also have access in 2018-2019 to Cross rail which will open at Tottenham Court Road, giving easy and quick access to Heathrow International Airport (predicted 25 minutes).

Bloomsbury is home to The British Museum, Senate House, The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and Great Ormond Street hospital to name just a few well known landmarks.

Charlotte Street and Store Street with their wonderful array of eclectic and independent shops, restaurants and art galleries are a short walk away, with bespoke and high end shopping facilities at Bond Street in Mayfair a short distance away.

This is a rare opportunity to buy a piece of London history in Central London.

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