Brunel invented the Railway, Babbage invented the computer, Berners-Lee invented the internet and right here on this site, Hugh Myddleton did not “invent” running water as such; he made it possible for the masses by undertaking a huge engineering project in this field not seen since the aqueducts of Roman times. The aim of this private company was to bring fresh water from Hertfordshire to London and this huge site by Rosebery Avenue was developed for this purpose, hosting a giant reservoir with water coming from Amwell.
About the Building
The Metropolitan Water Board later built their headquarters here and various other buildings had their related purposes from lab testing to accounts. After the office functions were moved to Reading, the whole complex was redeveloped with private homes in mind.
The Remus Building is the smallest building on the site and was the former water testing facility built in 1922- 1924. It provides eight apartments.
About the Apartment
We are marketing a superb and very unique duplex one bedroom apartment within the Remus Building, Designed in 1920 by Herbert Austen Hall, the New River Development was listed Grade II by English Heritage in 1950.
The apartment immediately welcomes us with a bright reception room and open plan equipped kitchen with breakfast bar. The reception room has a very calming view of the New River Head Development gardens on show via the original large sash windows.
Upstairs the apartment is able to show a very generous bedroom with fitted storage, tall ceiling height and a master en suite bathroom. The apartment is offered furnished.
Location and Transport
Situated moments from Angel Underground station for Northern Line access, potential occupants will be pleased to know that Farringdon Underground station is also within short walking distance offering mainline services to Gatwick and Luton airports as well as the Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan and Circle Line services. With the vibrancy of Upper Street and Exmouth Market in close proximity in addition to Saddlers Well Theatre, there is simply a vast array of entertainment on offer.
With transport, food, cultural entertainment and a likely short walk to work on offer, renters are likely to find that it’s not just the running water in this property is the best thing since sliced bread.
£460 per week + admin fees, subject to contract
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