Cock Lane, EC1A £525,000
1 Bedroom Flat
- 476 sq ft - 44.3 sq m
- One Bedroom
- Superb City Location
- Ideal Pied a Terre
CITY PIED A TERRE IN SMART RESIDENTIAL BUILDING.
This handsome warehouse building is believed to date back to the early 19th century and still retains its original insignia. Built in 1882 it was the London headquarters for John J. Royle of Manchester, producing several household utensils but best known for the self-pouring teapot, patented in 1886.
The teapots were so popular that they were commissioned from Doulton and Co of Burslem in Shropshire and supplied to Queen Victoria in 1887 as well as the Princess of Wales (Alexandria of Denmark) and to the Grand Duke Serge of Russia.
Located in one of the most charming City of London locations this smart apartment would make the most perfect pied a terre or rental investment comprising entrance hall, reception room with exposed brickwork and open plan modern kitchen, double bedroom, and shower room.
Cock Lane is a quaint, cobbled Street within a short walk to The Inns of court in Temple, The old Bailey, Goldman Sachs, Deloitte and the Financial district, The City.
Local transport is excellent with Underground Stations at Farringdon, Chancery Lane and St Paul's as well as mainline access at City Thames link and Farringdon.