A PERFECT WAREHOUSE GEM
A stunning lateral sub-penthouse with wraparound terrace is the most perfect apartment for entertaining. Positioned on the seventh floor (with lift) in what is one of Clerkenwell’s most prestigious blocks, this is a perfect warehouse gem.
Once through the front door, the generous entrance hall leads through double doors to the 50′ reception room with raised wooden floors affording stunning 180 degree views of the skyline including St Paul’s Cathedral, the Shard, the BT Tower, St Pancras station and Centrepoint. The open plan kitchen is positioned to the north end with a separate utility room.
The wraparound terrace can be accessed via a selection of floor to ceiling sliding doors. The principal bedroom is south facing and benefits from a bespoke built in dressing room and en-suite marbled bathroom with sunk bath and separate shower room leading to its own private balcony.
The second double bedroom equally benefits from excellent storage and has use of a large family marbled bathroom with feature curved wall with borrowed light via tasteful glass bricks.
The Paramount Building was built in 1936 to 1938 by the builders John Laing & Son Ltd and designed by Culpin & Son for the manufacturing and warehousing of shoes by podiatrist William Matthias Scholl. It was converted in the late 1990s by Warner Lofts for residential use. The building was upgraded in white painted render with glass balconies.
Its position on St John Street is unrivalled being moments from Waitrose and equidistant from Smithfield Market, Upper Street and all of Clerkenwell’s amenities.
Farringdon station is a short walk away offering extensive mainline rail services to London’s airports as well as servicing underground links including Elizabeth, Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City lines.