This chain free property is located within the Square Mile and is a Grade II listed building. The building was constructed in 1914 and was originally owned by Christ's Hospital School, which had begun life in the City of London. After the School vacated the building, it was utilised by a Bank up to the 1990s before being developed for residential occupancy in 1999.
It is a property with character, with only 11 flats in the building over four floors. The communal area of this is period building, has a sumptuous sweeping staircase, wood panelling and ornate original carving. The building has a prominent corner position at the end of Great Tower Street and an open aspect towards the Tower and the River Thames.
This apartment is set on the top floor, in a quiet position at the back of the building, and there are only two flats on the floor. It is a stunning two bedroom apartment which has a bright and airy feel.
The apartment comprises two double bedrooms and two bathrooms, one of which is en suite. It is well laid out and offers an efficient use of space. The fully fitted open-plan kitchen and lounge dining area are perfect for the contemporary lifestyle. There is gas central heating and basement storage is available.
It has just been refurbished, with both bathrooms newly refitted, full internal decoration, upgraded kitchen and redesigned lighting throughout. The resulting presentation is of a very high standard.
City of London residents can apply for significantly reduced car parking rates in the City of London Car Parks and Minories car park at Tower Hill is the closest (five minutes' walk). Also the East West Cycle superhighway runs past the building.
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