Skinner Street, EC1R £1,150,000
3 Bedroom Flat
- 1156 Sq ft - 107 Sq m
- Grade II Listed
- 138 Sq ft - 13 Sq m Store Room
- Large Private Garden
This charming top floor duplex apartment is located in one of the oldest surviving terrace of house in Clerkenwell, dating to the mid 1700's, within the Clerkenwell Green Conservation area, marking the neighbourhood of historic and architectural interest.
The apartment has the most romantic history, formerly the home of a local carpenter, then in a side addition, an auction room and later a school. For a number of years', the terrace was the home to workers connected to the Middlesex House of Detention and Hugh Myddelton School now the site of Kingsway Place and it has been home to the current owners for over 40 years.
This property is a real piece of Clerkenwell history which dates back 250 years and currently offers extremely comfortable accommodation, with a formal reception room, kitchen, three bedrooms and family bathroom. The apartment has a large storage cupboard on the top floor as well as excellent demised storage in the cellar.
An exceptional and notable feature of the apartment is its own private garden, believed to be one of the largest in Clerkenwell and access to communal gardens, landlocked and only accessed from properties on Skinner Street, Woodbridge Street and Sekforde Street.
Skinner Street runs off St John Street, moments from Exmouth Market and the green open spaces of Spa fields. Transport links are superb with Farringdon Underground and Mainline Station a few minutes' walk and with Crossrail opening in 2022 the area will become one of the best linked in London.
A very rare opportunity to buy a piece of Clerkenwell history.
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