Going back to school could not be more exciting as this wonderful apartment in a converted Victorian School.
About the Building
Kingsway Place has to be one of the most attractive buildings in Clerkenwell which sits in its own private communal gardens behind an original brick walls offering peace of mind as well as secure off street parking and a day porter.
Designed by the Architect T.J. Bailey and officially opened by The Prince of Wales in 1893, the building was sympathetically converted into apartments in 1999 by Persimmon Homes, creating some of the most interesting homes locally.
About the Apartment
This unique double height apartment is situated in one of the corner turrets offering an abundance of light from its dual aspect and some superb original features such as huge sash windows and glazed original tiles.
The accommodation is flexible as well as versatile allowing an incoming purchaser to be inventive with the use of the rooms. The current layout comprises two bedroom areas, two superb reception spaces, two bathrooms and a charming kitchen.
Location / Transport
Kingsway Place is located on Sans Walk just off Clerkenwell Green, an extremely prestigious Clerkenwell address within the Clerkenwell conservation area. Its location is enviable with Farringdon Underground (Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines) and Mainline Station moments away as well as the open spaces of Spa fields and St James’s Gardens a short walk away.
The area continues to be one of the most exhilarating and fashionable in London, renowned as the Capitals design district offering the very best choice of fine dining as well as independent galleries and Theatres.
Asking Price: £1,275,000
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