Jockey’s Fields, Bloomsbury

By on Tuesday, October 15th, 2019 in Lettings, Property of the week.

There is a term often used in residential property within Bloomsbury known as the ‘ever-changing mews’.  I’m fairly confident the term is applicable to many other areas within in London however within Bloomsbury; it is commonly used to describe the increase in planning applications made to alter or completely change the use of charismatic buildings to residential use.

About the Apartment

We are delighted to be given the opportunity to rent a spacious and beautifully refurbished 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment measuring in excess of 848 Sq. Feet | 79 Sq. M.   The apartment is positioned on the first floor (with lift) within this very quiet boutique development on Jockey’s Fields WC1.

Entrance into the apartment is met with an extremely generously sized reception space with open plan kitchen and Kitchen Island.  The features of the space are extremely bespoke with a high quality wood floor, ample storage and great lighting.  The newly installed Kitchen features integrated appliances and plentiful storage.  The master bedroom is positioned just off the living space and hosts en-suite bathroom allows for convenience and privacy.

The second bedroom is positioned to the rear of the building and again is very generous in size and storage.  The front of the building faces the 17th Century Georgian façade of the Three Raymond Building Magistrates.  The apartment is concluded with a beautifully finished family bathroom.

Jockey’s Fields, Bloomsbury

About the Building

Jockey’s Fields in Georgian era, was referred to a Bedford Mews (which served as the stable and coach houses for the main houses on Bedford Row) and was developed within in 1720.  The location runs along the western edge of Gray’s Inn Road and once served as a quite mews to Bedford Row which is positioned close by.  The mews location was eventually renamed to that of the original Jockey Field to which the mews was developed over.

Jockey’s Fields, Bloomsbury

The Local Area

The location is very peaceful and with a few left and right turns through some typical London passages and walks you find yourself within the many amenities of Holborn and Covent Garden.

Jockey’s Fields, Bloomsbury

Transport Links

Jockey’s Fields is serviced by a quadrant of London Underground Stations all within walking distance, the closest being Chancery Lane (Central Line) and Holborn (Piccadilly and Central Lines).  There are also walking commutes to Russell Square (Piccadilly Line) and Farringdon (Circle, Hammersmith and City and Metropolitan Lines) which can also offer mainline services to Gatwick and Luton Airports.

Jockey’s Fields, Bloomsbury
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