Great Sutton Street, EC1V £2,295,000
3 Bedroom Flat
- 1673 Sq.ft - 155 Sq. m
- Penthouse Apartment
- Double Height Reception
- Superb Terraces
A striking penthouse apartment with glorious terracing.
This really is an impressive double height penthouse with a prime Clerkenwell address.
The building has an impressive past, originally a workshop and warehouse for the East City Investment company, designed by the RIBA architect Richard Seifert, a pioneering man who was one of the most successful and influential architects of his generation.
He is better known for designing Centre Point, The Nat West tower, now noted as Tower 42 and the Southbank tower and for being responsible for designing more London buildings than Christopher Wren.
Our client has meticulously refurbished the apartment with a continued "high design" in mind using the finest finishes creating a super Clerkenwell home, from the "Zampieri" bespoke kitchen to natural granite works tops, "Sicis" mosaic tiling in the bathrooms and Agape sanitaryware.
The accommodation is as impressive as the design, with a huge, double height, vaulted reception room creating a wonderful centrepiece space perfect for entertaining, a bespoke kitchen, master bedroom with ensuite bathroom, further double bedroom, guest bathroom and gallery mezzanine, ideal as a home office space.
Another special and incredibly unique feature of the apartment is it external space - three wonderful terraces with exception views of the most recognised London landmarks.
Great Sutton Street runs parallel to Northburgh Street and Clerkenwell Road, moments from Barbican Underground and Farringdon Underground and Mainline Stations, giving quick and easy access to the City and London's West End and soon to benefit from the opening of Cross rail.
The Barbican centre, a few minutes' walk away is part of the Global Cultural Districts Network and is the largest performing Art Centre in Europe, hosting music concerts, art exhibitions and film screenings.
A fine Clerkenwell home.