Warner Street, EC1R £2,850,000

2 Bedroom Flat

  • 2394 Sq ft - 223 Sq m
  • Outstanding Penthouse
  • Roof Terrace
  • Underground Parking

What an outstanding penthouse loft apartment.

Housing some of the most spectacular, authentic loft apartments in Clerkenwell - The Warner Building is certainly one of the most visually and architecturally stunning in the area.

This exceptional top floor penthouse apartment arranged over just two floors, offers flexible and versatile accommodation as well as the most amazing double height space which is flooded with light.

A former printer, manufacturer of lenses and clothing and The Post office Stores Department, The Warner Building was constructed in 1937 - 38, designed by Waite and Waite for Shropshire House Limited, inspired by the designs of Richard Meier's High Museum in Atlanta.
In our opinion it is the finest example of an Art Deco building to be found in Clerkenwell as well as being one of the most sought-after residential buildings in the area.

This duplex penthouse has been transformed into a wonderful home with a side entrance with lift access, two double bedroom suites with ample wardrobe space and two exquisite en-suite bathrooms, two independent studies with plenty of natural light, galleried kitchen/breakfast room and breath-taking double height reception room which leads onto a Southwest facing sunny roof terrace. The apartment also has the advantage of a large and secure underground parking space and a basement storeroom.

Clerkenwell first became a fashionable place to live in the 17th century as a destination where Londoners enjoyed tea gardens, theatres and spas: in fact, you can still see part of Clerks' Well after which Clerkenwell was originally 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.

With great shopping and tremendous diversity of acclaimed restaurants, bars, galleries and wine bars it remains one of London's best kept secrets.

Farringdon underground and main line station is a short stroll away from Warner Street with access to the Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith and City lines, National rail and the recently opened 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.

An exceptionally special Clerkenwell home.

Warner Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1R floorplan

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