Kingsway Place, EC1R2 bedrooms

Main Features

1233 Sq ft - 115 Sq m
Spectacular Loft Apartment
Secure off Street Parking
Day Porter

Kingsway Place is an impressive Grade II listed, former Victorian School, located in its own private grounds with a communal garden, day porter and a secure, allocated off street parking space.

Situated within the Clerkenwell Conservation area, the building was designed by the Architect T.J. Bailey and officially opened by The Prince of Wales in 1893, it was sympathetically converted into apartments in 1999 by Persimmon Homes and continues to be one of Clerkenwell's most sought after developments.

This outstanding double height, top floor loft apartment is located in Kingsway Place, in the former cooks quarters and is the only one of its kind within the development.

With an impressive 6m - 20ft ceiling height, it has one of the most impressive reception rooms in Clerkenwell. There are an abundance of original features with solid wood herringbone flooring, huge sash windows and original gabled roof with fully exposed wooden rafters.

The current owners have refurbished the apartment to exacting standards, with a luxurious bathroom and kitchen and tasteful decoration, very much in keeping with this stunning Victorian building.

The accommodation comprises a huge entrance area and staircase which provides a very comfortable study space and ample storage, a breath-taking reception room with numerous windows, 6m ceiling height and comprehensive kitchen, master galleried bedroom, second bedroom with ensuite cloakroom and bathroom.

Kingsway Place is located on Sans Walk just off Clerkenwell Green, an extremely prestigious Clerkenwell address and moments from Farringdon Underground and mainline Stations giving easy and quick access to the West End and City.

The area continues to be one of the most interesting and eclectic in London, renowned as the Capitals design district which also offers the very best choice of fine dining.

A truly superb loft apartment.

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