For sale
Bedford Court Mansions, London, WC1B
3 bedrooms

Clerkenwell & City Sales : 020 7250 1012

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An elegant mansion apartment located in Bloomsbury's finest, portered mansion block. This premier apartment block is owned by the resident's management company and benefits from a day porter. Residents are able to apply for on street parking permits and access to the private gardens on Bedford Square, subject to annual fees. Bedford Court Mansions was built in circa 1890 and is placed between Adeline Place and Bloomsbury Street running parallel to Bedford Square, which dates to 1775-1783 and was the first Square built in London comprising houses of a uniform design. Built in what is known as the golden age of London Architecture at the height of Robert Adam's influence, who is one of best-known neoclassical Architects, Bedford Square is one of the most adorned Squares in London of Blue Plaques. With the areas origins dating back to 1086, it was mentioned in the doomsday book believed to house vineyards and a wood. In the present era it is home to numerous occupations, with academics, lawyers, barristers, creatives and fashion designers to name but a few and is, we believe, one of London's best kept secret locations. This graceful apartment has impressively high ceilings and large rooms comprising a principal bedroom with ensuite bathroom, second double bedroom with ensuite shower room and third double bedroom with guest bathroom. There is a handsome reception room, separate kitchen and utility cupboard. The transport facilities are superb with Tottenham Court Road Station (Northern, Central and Elizabeth Lines) close by providing easy access to the city, Heathrow and Canary Wharf. Goodge Street (Northern Line) and Holborn (Piccadilly and Central Lines) underground stations are also nearby. Bloomsbury is home to The British Museum, Senate House, The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, The University of London, The Royal Academy of Arts and Great Ormond Street hospital to name just a few well known landmarks. Charlotte Street and Store Street with their wonderful array of eclectic and independent shops, restaurants and art galleries are a short walk away, whilst The West End restaurants, theatres and extensive shops of Oxford Street, Soho, Fitzrovia and Covent Garden all close by.