This magnificent three bedroom, three en suite bathroom apartment built on the footprint of a former warehouse was completed in 2014. It sits imposingly overlooking Hoxton Square and next to the beautiful Roman Catholic Church of St Monica's and its Priory.
It offers a breathtaking 2212sqft of lateral living space, full of light, with a large covered balcony facing south with stunning views of the square and the city skyline, with the bi-fold doors swung open the balcony adds an extra dimension to the property, the inside and out come together creating not just a great look but additional living / entertaining space.
Hoxton Square is regarded as one the area's most desirable locations. Originally laid out by Samuel Blewitt and Robert Hackshaw it's thought to be one of the oldest squares in London.
It's at the centre of London's most vibrant and creative hubs. Old Street, popularly known as Silicon Roundabout runs immediately to the west of the square and has become closely connected to the global digital industry. Over recent years Hoxton has become a magnet for artists and the creative and digital industries. The square itself is well known to be one of East London's most sociable locations.
Living in Hoxton Square means you're within a short walk of some of London's liveliest and most eccentric shops and boutiques, with a plethora of bars, shops and restaurants on the doorstep and Shoreditch just a few moments away. Columbia Road with its famous flower market, Brick Lane and Spitalfields Market are also all close by. The Frog Hoxton restaurant in Hoxton Square by Adam Handling being a definite highlight.
Transport links include Old Street (Northern Line and National Rail), Shoreditch (East London Line) and Liverpool Street (Central, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City and Circle lines and National Rail) stations with the City just moments away.