This unique and impressive Clerkenwell loft boasts over 2,500 sq ft. Most prime Victorian warehouses have been developed over the last 20 years, making this a true rarity to find, an absolute gem with a huge wealth of beautiful features attracting the true loft lover.
The Stable and Smokehouse was designed by the RIBA Architect Charles Bell in 1877 as a Bacon Smokehouse which was connected to Smithfield Market. It is quietly located off St John Street in a quaint courtyard. The apartment is split level with the most impressive triple height gabled roof reception room with fully exposed wooden beams and rafters.
The loft reception room has an industrial style kitchen, a minstrel’s gallery, wonderful wood flooring as well as double height original loft windows and doors. The bedroom is located off the main entrance hall and is a vast space with walk in dressing room, sleeping area and generous en suite bathroom.
The apartment is conveniently located just off St John Street close to the junction of St John’s Lane. There are a number of well-known restaurants, bars and gastro pubs just a stroll away from the apartment. Farringdon Underground and Mainline Stations are close by. In 2018 the area will benefit from the opening of Crossrail.
This is a wonderful loft apartment, and a one off opportunity to acquire a special piece of Clerkenwell history. It is believed there are no known examples of this building type on such a small scale remaining with its facade remaining largely unaltered illustrating it industrial function.
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