Unique fourth floor apartment within a Grade II* listed building, with its high ceilings, period features and views of the Bank of England simply must be seen.
Located in the very heart of the City of London and converted in 2005 to create 11 high quality apartments, this striking Venetian gothic style building has to be viewed to appreciate its splendour.
Internally, this apartment's principal room is the reception featuring a wall of sash windows, with a south and east aspect, overlooking the Bank of England.
There is a bedroom area with fitted wardrobes and a fully tiled en-suite shower room with additional storage.
The kitchen is fitted with white gloss cabinets, Corian worktops and Siemens appliances including an integrated oven, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher.
Internal features include: Lutron lighting system, independent heating and cooling unit, Bose lifestyle audio system, security alarm system and CAT5 cabling.
The basement of the building provides lockable storage cupboards large enough to accommodate a bicycle, plus a laundry room equipped with washing machines and tumble dryers.
The building, originally constructed in 1866 as a bank and latterly the home of the Overseas Bankers' Club, retains its original facade of Portland stone with exuberant pink sandstone detailing. The communal hallway is adorned with many original period features such as intricate metal fretwork, arched floor to ceiling sash windows and ornate plasterwork and cornicing.
Located within a short walk of Bank station and a number of excellent bus routes, the nearest supermarket is situated on Cheapside which also offers a range of shops and eateries. The five star Ned hotel is a near neighbour with its nine restaurants, bars and private members club.
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