Little Britain, City of London

By on Thursday, January 16th, 2020 in Property of the week, Sales.

The private balcony overlooks Postman’s Park, one of the largest open spaces in the City of London.

About the apartment

A smart fifth floor (top floor) apartment in this very sought after apartment building in the City of London. The accommodation comprises a large reception room, separate, fully integrated kitchen, double bedroom with built in wardrobe and bathroom. The apartment also has the advantage of a private balcony which overlooks Postman’s Park and a secure parking space.

Little Britain, City of London

About the building

Designed by the architectural practice GMA (R.I.B.A) for St George the house builder, the building blends well with the surrounding area. Located on Little Britain the apartment is one on the fortunate ones to directly overlook Postman’s Park, one of the largest open spaces in the Corporation of London whose originals can be traced back to 1050.

Little Britain, City of London

About the City of London area

The City of London is one of the world’s oldest financial districts with Little Britain taking its name from the Duke of Brittany who built his house here in the 15th Century. In fact Little Britain has had a colourful past with John Milton the English poet living here in 1662, The Spectator magazine was first printed on the street in 1711 by Samuel Buckley and Benjamin Franklin the polymath and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States lived on Little Britain in 1724.

The Corporation of London remains one of the most sought after destinations in London, with very little residential properties available for sale at any one time. Its location in London is perfect with the financial district, the Inns of Court at Temple, Gray’s Inn and Lincolns Inn a short walk away and London’s West End a few stops on the underground.

Little Britain, City of London

Transport links

Living in Little Britain you are spoilt for choice with Chancery Lane, St Paul’s, Barbican and Farringdon Stations all close by, with access to the Circle, Metropolitan, Central and Hammersmith & City Lines as well as Mainline access.

Little Britain, City of London
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