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1 Bedroom Flat, Mora Street, £365,000
This recently refurbished one-bedroom flat features bright open-plan interiors (we especially like the look of the light-filled reception and kitchen space, and the newly tiled bathroom) plus plenty of all-important storage space, lift access and keys to the communal gardens. The apartment is situated close to local amenities and the Northern Line via Old Street station.
1 Bedroom Flat, Wilmington Square, £499,995
Overlooking picturesque Wilmington Square, this top-floor conversion apartment is set within an imposing Georgian Grade II-listed property. Bright and well presented, the flat is located on the sought-after pedestrian side of the square, so would suit a buyer looking for a quiet spot in central London. Wilmington Square is within walking distance of Farringdon Station (where Crossrail is scheduled to open in 2020), Angel and King's Cross/St Pancras and the cafes, restaurants and shops of both Exmouth Market and Upper Street are a short stroll away.
1 Bedroom Flat, Canalside Square, £500,000
This one-bedroom apartment is in excellent condition, and comes with high-quality fixtures and fittings, plus underfloor heating throughout. Set on the second floor of a modern, high-spec development, the property offers an open-plan kitchen/reception room which leads to a balcony, a good-sized double bedroom with built-in storage and a stylish bathroom.
1 Bedroom Flat, Percy Circus, £535,000
This well-presented one-bedroom apartment is located on the first floor of a neo-classical development. Laid out over one level, the accommodation comprises a bright living room that has direct access onto a sizeable balcony, with enough room for sitting or dining out on. There’s also a good-sized double bedroom with built-in storage, a separate kitchen which comes with an integrated washing-machine, microwave and oven units and a full three-piece bathroom suite. Those seeking an easy commute can walk to the City or West End in around 20 minutes.
Studio Flat, Barbican, £585,000
This covetable property is one of the Barbican’s original large studio apartments, now updated to include contemporary features such as a concrete breakfast bar and a modern shower room decorated with marble and black taps. On the fifth floor of John Trundle Court, the flat offers great views of the London skyline and newly planted gardens in the courtyard below. Best if all, this bright studio has triple-width windows and a full-height glass sliding door which leads onto a balcony.
1 Bedroom Penthouse, Pear Tree Street, £700,000
Comice House is a boutique development of six luxury apartments and two penthouses, constructed using London stock brick to reflect the history of the local architecture. This top-floor one-bedroom penthouse comes with a large private terrace, a large open-plan kitchen/living room, master bedroom and master bathroom. There is access onto the south-facing terrace from both the living area and the bedroom and the building is a short walk away from Farringdon Station.
2 Bedroom Flat, Whitecross Street, £750,000
Whitecross Street links Clerkenwell, Shoreditch and The City, and the street is home to lots of boutique shops and a Waitrose. This chic apartment is located in a boutique development. The property is on the first floor and comprises an entrance hall and a large L-shape reception room with space for dining, an open-plan kitchen and a balcony. There is also a master bedroom with an en-suite shower room, a large second double bedroom with ample storage, and a guest bathroom.
1 Bedroom Maisonette, St John Street, £775,000
This large one-bedroom garden flat is set over the ground and lower ground floors of a handsome Grade II-listed building in Clerkenwell. This well-proportioned property offers an array of period features and is comprised of a spacious double reception room, a large master bedroom, a family bathroom and a kitchen that leads to a bright conservatory/dining room. The property benefits from a south-west-facing private garden and is sold with a share of the freehold.
1 Bedroom Warehouse Conversion, Paramount Building, £875,000
The Paramount Building was acquired and converted into apartments by Warner Loft in the 90s. It has since become one of the most-recognised buildings in Clerkenwell. Rich in character, the apartment is located on the second floor and comes with floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed concrete ceilings and wooden floors throughout. Further benefits include an inviting entrance with built-in storage, a raised dining area, a modern kitchen with stone worktops, a generous double bedroom with a separate dressing room and a stylish bathroom.
3 Bedroom House, Cloudesley Place, £1,495,000
This Grade II-listed, Georgian three-bedroom house has been beautifully decorated and has lovely character. Downstairs is a bright and well-appointed kitchen/dining area with a separate w/c and excellent built-in storage. This space has an extra window to the front, providing more light than other houses on the street, while the rear window overlooks a pretty private garden. On the first floor is a master bedroom suite with floor-to-ceiling windows and a walk-through wardrobe leading to a lovely en-suite bathroom. Upstairs are two further double bedrooms and a second bathroom.
2 Bedroom Apartment, Garrett Street, £1,650,000
This warehouse conversion is set in a former bed factory, on a sought-after street in Clerkenwell. Beautifully presented throughout, the property has been recently refurbished but still retains an array of original features such as exposed brickwork, Crittall windows and steel supports. The first floor houses a vast open-plan living space, a high-spec kitchen with a large island, ample dining space and a cosy snug. The ground floor is accessed through an internal staircase to another reception room with double-height ceilings, an office area and two double bedrooms each with an en-suite bathroom.
3 Bedroom Townhouse, Yardley Street, £1,850,000
This Georgian townhouse dates back to 1740. The eclectic property has been restored to a very high standard while maintaining many original features: think wood panelling, timber floorboards and an original wood-framed staircase. This stairway leads down to the lower ground floor where a glass-vaulted conservatory living room has been created. The first floor is made up of a master bedroom with a large bathroom which includes a claw-foot bath. On the level above you’ll find a further two bedrooms complete with their own storage space.