Percy Circus, WC1X SOLD

2 Bedroom Flat

  • 914 Sq ft - 85 Sq m
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Period Conversion
  • Huge Garden


Percy Circus was designed by the architect Richard Cromwell Carpenter who collaborated with William Chadwell Mylne, with works beginning in 1839, and completing in 1853. It was described by Christopher Hussey one of the chief authorities on British domestic architecture a "monumental conception and one of the most delightful bits of town planning in London".

The apartment is located on the top two floor of this elegant Grade II listed building and has the advantage of a huge garden. Currently in need of updating the accommodation is generous with a wonderful formal reception room, kitchen breakfast room, two double bedrooms and bathroom. It retains its gracious and symmetrical proportions typical of these classical and elegant buildings.

To the rear of the building, accessed from the half landing there are steps that lead to a huge garden with a small summer house.

Percy Circus is located in the New River conservation area, with convenient and easy access to Kings Cross, Islington and Clerkenwell. The area is extremely well connected with Underground stations at Angel, Kings Cross and Farringdon.

Amwell Street and Exmouth are both a short walk away and offer a wonderful selection of independent shops, bars and restaurants.

Percy Circus, London, WC1X floorplan

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