Farringdon Road, EC1M £595,000
1 Bedroom Flat
- 644 Sq ft - 60 Sq m
- One Bedroom
- Superb Location
- Gothic Architecture
GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE AT ITS FINEST.
This grand building is a fine example of Victorian, Venetian Gothic architecture, whose design was very much in vogue in London during the mid to late 1800s. Now Grade II listed, it is located on the corner of Farringdon Road and Greville Street and benefits from a day porter.
Designed by the Architects Arding and Bond (1873-1875), the building was occupied by Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co who were renowned engravers, printers of bank notes, postage stamps and share certificates.
The building was re-modelled behind its original faade circa 1990 by GML Architects, marking the first foray into the central London market for Berkeley Homes, who worked closely with the conservation officers at the time restoring the external brick and stonework.
This smart, extremely large apartment is quietly located to the read of the building and comprises a large reception room, separate kitchen, master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and further guest shower room.
Its location could not be more central with the entrances of Farringdon Underground and mainline Stations a mere one hundred meters away providing quick and easy access to the City and Central London.
A super first-time, buy pied a terre or rental investment.