St John Street, EC1V £2,500,000

3 Bedroom Flat

  • 2354 Sq. ft - 218 Sq. m
  • Exceptional Loft Home
  • Freehold
  • Patio and Balcony

A captivating piece of Clerkenwell history.

Originally built on the site of a former public house dating to 1803, the building later became home to a silversmith/electroplater and workshop. In the mid 1990's the building was once again transformed by the architect Derek Wylie into the most spectacular home, then highlighted in "London apartments" published by teNeues. The book featured one of the most important collections of residential projects that demonstrated the innovative talent of the country's most respected architects and designers.

A combination of an apartment, house and loft space this is an extremely special home with some wonderful features, hidden away from the street.

The accommodation comprises a grand reception space, almost 50ft in length providing a super entertaining area. There is a recessed kitchen leading to a private courtyard garden and a further balcony on the first floor. There are three generous double bedrooms, two bathrooms a utility room, Sauna and gym area.

Clerkenwell first became a fashionable place to live in the 17th century as a destination where Londoners enjoyed tea gardens, theatres and spas: you can still see part of Clerks' Well after which Clerkenwell was named. The area later became famous as a centre for clock and watchmaking alongside the jewellers and goldsmiths of Hatton Garden. It remains one of the best-preserved village centres in central London - a vibrant modern community with a fascinatingly rich history.

Clerkenwell has been described as the London equivalent of New York's East Village, but with more notable and diverse architecture and a rich history. With great shopping and tremendous diversity of acclaimed restaurants, bars, galleries and wine bars it remains one of London's best kept secrets.

Located on St John Street close to Waitrose and the junction of Clerkenwell Road it is a short walk to Farringdon underground and main line station which has access to the Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith and City lines, National rail as well as the Elizabeth Line. In fact, it is one of the only stations in London that offers north-south as well as east - west connections, making the city, Canary Wharf and London's west end easily accessible, not to mention easy access to Kings Cross St Pancras with its Eurostar terminus.

Inviting, attractive and certainly seductive the space is outstanding and perfectly represents Clerkenwell living.

St John Street, London, EC1V floorplan

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