Its location in Mid-Town is superb with easy access to both the City, London’s West end and the Inns of Court.
About the apartment
This wonderful home comprising impressive accommodation, with three double bedrooms, three bathrooms, vast reception room, separate kitchen dining room which galleries over the main living area, two balconies and a huge roof terrace.
About the building
This meticulously, new refurbished home is located in the Hatton Garden Conservation Area. The building dates to 1893 and has been brought back to life, refurbished to exacting standards with exceptional design finishes, wonderful open spaces and flexible accommodation.
About Hatton Garden
Hatton Garden whose development commenced in the mid 1600’s, derives its name from the garden of the Bishop of Ely which was given to Sir Christopher Wren by Queen Elizabeth I. It became, and still is the centre of London’s jewellery trade with its origins dating back to the medieval times, with one of the largest companies; De Beers still retaining one of its headquarters in the area.
Hatton Wall is a quiet street which runs off Hatton Garden and parallel to Clerkenwell Road, close to both Chancery Lane Underground (Central Line) and Farringdon Station (Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City) as well as mainline access.