Hatton Garden, EC1N SOLD

1 Bedroom Flat

  • 515 Sq ft - 48 Sq m
  • One Bedroom
  • Stunning Conversion
  • Conservation Area

A truly unique one bedroom apartment, finished to an extremely high standard having been converted from this distinct Portland stone 1930's Art Deco building.

This grand building had undergone a comprehensive transformation to create 10
Luxury apartments designed by the award winning Architects, DLG.

Located on Hatton Garden the area is steeped in history and derives its name from Sir Christopher Hatton.

When the Bishop of Ely was forced by Queen Elizabeth I to leave part of Ely Place to Christopher Hatton, he retained the rights to walk there and collect 20 bushels of roses each summer.

The garden afterwards known as Hatton Garden were built up in the 1680's as a district where silversmiths, goldsmiths and gemmologists associated with Goldsmiths Hall lived and worked.

Today the area remains one of the busiest diamond trading centres in the World with the building contained within the Hatton Garden Conservation Area.

The accommodation comprises double reception room with huge windows and full integrated kitchen, master bedroom with floor to ceiling built in wardrobes and bathroom.

Hatton Garden is conveniently located for Farringdon and Chancery Lane Stations, with both The City and West End both accessible and the Inns of Court are a stroll away.

The opening of Crossrail in 2019 will be a huge benefit for this location, with the nearest Station being at Farringdon, just minutes away.

Clerkenwell, Smithfield and Holborn are also home to some of London's finest restaurants and bars spoiling residents for choice in every direction.

Hatton Garden, London, EC1N floorplan

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