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About this property
A boutique one-bedroom development in the elegant Georgian Bream’s Buildings in London’s desirable Chancery Lane and Holborn area. These magnificent buildings exemplify The City’s colourful heritage and with impeccable updates made to the interiors, Bream’s Buildings demonstrate the very best of old and new.
The bright and contemporary scheme has been masterfully applied and tasteful cutting-edge furnishings add a touch of cool. Under-floor heating warms the rich American walnut hardwood floors, as every detail has been considered for your comfort.
The soft spot-lighting in the open-plan lounge and kitchen creates a cosy and inviting space with the complete accessibility lending itself greatly to hosting and sociability.
The sumptuous and cosy double bedroom is an immaculate sanctuary with plenty of extra storage space. The uber-contemporary bathroom with huge over-sized tiles feels more like a wet-room with extra large walk-in shower. This exquisite apartment just North of the river is a cool classic in an unforgettable location.
A culturally and aesthetically abundant square of London where the best of the classic and the contemporary compete for your attention. And it’s a very close call. Chancery Lane offers the best from two very different worlds – on one side you have The City with its bustling streets, iconic historic landmarks and offices, and on the other you find Central and West End with its many shopping opportunities, bars and leisure ambience.
A stroll in either direction near and along the Thames will undoubtedly encounter cobbled streets, hundred-year-old pubs, epic cathedrals, medieval remnants, markets, monuments, book stalls and Black Friars (one of London’s oldest pubs). Take in St. Paul’s Cathedral; Christopher Wren’s breath-taking masterpiece and the location of Prince Charles’ and Lady Diana’s 1981 wedding. Cross the Millennium Bridge taking in full-frontal views of the incredibly successful renovation of the Tate Modern telling tales of London’s industrial past.
Chancery Lane tube station is less than a five minute walk from the apartment, making it easy and convenient to get around in the city on the Central Line. The area will undoubtedly leave you mesmerised by the city.