About the House
This delightful Grade II listed Georgian house dates back to 1720 forming part of one of the oldest terrace of houses in the area. Believed to have been built by Thomas Dorrington it is one of two symmetrical Georgian houses remaining from the original Baynes-Warner development.
The house is filled with charm and character and will make the most wonderful home, comprising a double drawing room, kitchen/dining/family room, master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and walk in wardrobe, further double bedroom and guest bathroom. There is also access to the rear of the house to a small patio area. (Currently awaiting confirmation of ownership).
About the Area
Mount Pleasant runs parallel to Rosebery Avenue moments from Exmouth market with its excellent selection of eclectic cafés, restaurants,
bars and shops as well as a short walk to Sadler’s Wells, Spa Fields and Bloomsbury.
Clerkenwell is one of London’s most vibrant destinations, regarded as London’s Avant Garde design quarter with numerous bespoke shops,
art galleries and designer furniture shops as well as been home to more Architect practises than anywhere globally.
Comfortably walkable to the Inns of Court at Gray’s Inn and Lincolns Inn as well as 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 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. Kings Cross/St Pancras Mainline, Underground and International Terminus as well as the glamorous boutiques and shops in Coal Drops Yard are within a 25 minute walk