This stunning, one of a kind home was built in 1874 on the former Cannon Brewery site. The oldest surviving building, the former Brewery Yard Offices have been carefully restored with great attention to detail to create a unique residence in the very centre of Clerkenwell.
The soft red brick, stone dressings, ogee-capped turret and bracket clock give this impressive house real stature. The contemporary design of the surrounding office and residential buildings highlight the grandeur of the mid-19th Century architecture.
Internally this characterful property has to be seen to be believed, measuring in excess of 4,600 sqft it benefits from original features throughout including solid wood flooring, York flagstones, period fire places, sash windows, cast iron radiators and exposed brickwork. The entrance to the house is hugely impressive with coloured mosaic tiles on the floor and a beautiful spiral staircase allowing natural light to flow throughout. The accommodation is spread over four floors, the top floor being a dedicated master floor comprising master bedroom, ensuite bathroom and separate dressing room with access to the private roof terrace. The first, ground and lower floors comprise of an additional three bedrooms, three bathrooms, three reception rooms, a kitchen/ dining room, music room, conservatory and utility room.
In addition to the above the property benefits from a secure underground parking space (236 years remaining on the lease) and use of concierge facilities.
Located moments from the amenities of St John Street and a short walk from Farringdon Station (Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City & Circle Lines, National Rail) The property is ideally located to benefit from the introduction of Crossrail in 2018.
To arrange a viewing of this must see property please contact the Clerkenwell Office on 0207 253 2533.