Bartholomew Square, London, EC1V

2 beds | 2 baths | 1 receptions | £1,495,000


  • Warehouse Conversion
  • Exposed Brickwork
  • Large Skylights
  • High Ceilings
  • In Excess of 1350 Square Feet
  • Share of Freehold
  • Lift Access
  • Two Bedrooms

New to the market and totalling in excess of 1350 square feet of lateral space is this beautiful and stylishly presented two-bedroom, two-bathroom warehouse conversion.

Boasting a wealth of original features, the expansive lounge flooded with natural light from a series of sizable skylights, making the space ideal for entertaining and socialising. Consisting of an open plan design the fully integrated kitchen is in good working order and houses a large worksurface/breakfast bar which naturally divides the dining aspect of the large lounge. The flat further consists of two generously proportioned bedrooms, the master of which includes an ensuite with a walk-in shower and exposed brickwork. Off the entrance hallway is a sizable second bathroom.

Bartholomew Square is perfectly positioned close to the trendy cafes, bars and restaurants of Clerkenwell, Old Street, and Shoreditch whilst the flat is just a short walk to Waitrose for shopping and from the world-renowned Barbican Arts Centre with its major art gallery, concert hall, theatres and cinemas as well as the LSO St Luke's music venue which is home to the London Symphony Orchestra.

The proximity to 'Tech City' and The City of London make it an appealing opportunity for buyers who want to be close to such important cultural and business activity, not to mention the benefit of being within walking distance of ''The City' and stations accessing the Northern, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City, Circle, Central, Thameslink Services, Greater Anglia Services and the highly anticipated Crossrail. (Old Street Station 0.3 Miles, Barbican Station 0.5 Miles, Moorgate Station 0.6 Miles, Liverpool St Station 0.9 Miles, Farringdon Station 0.8 miles.)

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