About the Apartment
This spectacular triplex home is discreetly set in a gated mews development, complete with weeping cedar pines offering tranquillity and privacy. Designed by James Lambert architects for Berkeley homes, Dallington Street previously formed part of the Charterhouse district which belonged to the Carthusian Priory.
With its own front door the apartment is entered via its own private decked garden and offers a superb combination of living and sleeping space. The accommodation comprises a large kitchen/dining room, formal first floor double reception room with access to its own terrace whilst there is a wonderful master bedroom with ensuite bathroom, two further doubles bedrooms, bathroom and shower room. This wonderful home also has the advantage of a secure underground parking space and a day porter.
About the Area
Dallington Street runs parallel to Great Sutton Street and Northburgh Street in the Hat and Feathers conservation area, rich with historic, light-industrial, period, artisan and architecturally award winning buildings.
Clerkenwell continues to be one of London’s most vibrant destination, globally known for its ever-growing design quarter, attracting some of the most renowned Architect practises as well as bespoke furniture companies. It is home to many bespoke shops, art galleries and designer furniture shops as well as been home to more Architect practises than anywhere globally.
Comfortably walkable to the London financial district the City, not to mention over 5,000 tech companies and start-ups close to Old Street roundabout (known a silicon roundabout). In fact, CNN European Network, HBO and Time Warner have recently moved headquarters to the area.
The Barbican centre which is found at the southern end of St John Street is part of the Global Cultural Districts Network and is the largest performing Art Centre in Europe, hosting music concerts, art exhibitions and film screenings.
The area is superbly serviced with Farringdon Underground (Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City) as well as mainline station moments away with Cross rail expected to be fully operational in 2022, becoming the only Station in London to directly connect to four of London’s International Airports.