About the Apartment
This wonderful corner apartment is loft living at its finest, with ceiling heights of over 3m, exposed brick work and Crittall windows. The accommodation is extremely flexible and versatile with open spaces creating a bedroom area, huge reception space, dining area, kitchen and bathroom.
As to be expected with a loft apartment there is a surprise – opposite the apartment there is a separate room which would make the most comfortable study/conservatory or for visiting guests their own space.
About the Building
Back in the early 1990’s The Manhattan Loft corporation along with the ideas of award-winning architect Piers Gough introduced loft living to Clerkenwell, converting this imposing former printing manufacturer into innovative and creative places to live.
They broke away from the uniform and conformist way of living, creating voluminous spaces that were energising, filled with light, retaining a little of the industrial past that Clerkenwell is so connected to. Designed by the celebrated architect Stanley Peach in the 1930’s, best known for his design of the Centre Court for the Lawn Tennis Association at Wimbledon, this commanding building represents Clerkenwell.
About the Area
What’s not to love about Clerkenwell, it has history, architecture and some of the most exquisitely designed buildings. It houses some of the most unique and quirky spaces one can find in London with many factories, office buildings, printers, haberdashers, distilleries, breweries, gemmologists, and smokehouses, now transformed into homes which amalgamate industrial and commercial spaces with the finest design finishes.
The Barbican centre which is found at the southern end of St John Street is part of the Global Cultural Districts Network and is the largest performing Art Centre in Europe, hosting music concerts, art exhibitions and film screenings. Clerkenwell has become one of London’s most vibrant destinations, regarded as London’s Avant Garde design quarter hosting one of the UK’S largest design festivals. The area is serviced by a fine selection of supermarkets, restaurant and bars which can be found on Exmouth Market, Leather Lane, Clerkenwell Road and Lambs Conduit Street.
Clerkenwell is now the envy of many as it is exceptionally central to most important London destinations. The apartment is a short walk 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 as silicon roundabout). In fact, CNN European Network, HBO, Time Warner and TikTok have recently moved headquarters to the area. Summer Street runs parallel to Clerkenwell Road and off Back Hill moment from Farringdon Underground, Mainline and soon to open Cross rail, making it one of the most accessible locations in Central London.