Sympathetically refurbished throughout to an exceptional standard is this magnificent three double bedroom Grade II listed Georgian terrace. Positioned on a quiet residential street just off St John Street in the heart of Clerkenwell, the attention to detail and finish in this divine home is simply outstanding. Spread over four floors of splendour this fine home has an array of ornate original features throughout as well as a host of modern comforts to create a beautiful 21st century home.
Steeped in history, Rawstorne Street has a distinct character of its own as a quiet, narrow street that is lined with small terraces dating back to the late eighteenth century and early nineteenth century as well as Brewers Buildings which was built in 1871; designed by the architect E.H Martineau in a handsome Gothic style.
Offering just under 1,300 square feet, the property has been restored throughout; properties of this calibre are few and far between. The ground floor comprises of an inviting hallway that leads to a delightful dual aspect through lounge. The front reception room offers good natural light from the two large sash windows that are complimented with the original wooden shutters; whilst the sash window facing to the rear overlooks the garden and studio/office. There are original wooden room dividers and both rooms have ornate sandstone mantelpieces, elegant fireplaces, cast iron radiators, well thought out storage, and beautiful oak flooring.
The lower ground floor also benefits from oak flooring and houses a sleek and stylish fully integrated kitchen with central polished concentre island that also doubles up as a breakfast bar. To the rear of this floor is a well-proportioned dining room that offers pretty views and access to the private walled garden.
The first and second floors house three well-proportioned double bedrooms that all offer good natural light as well as ornate period fireplaces and surrounds, along with oak flooring and cast iron radiators. There is also a magnificent boutique styled luxury four piece bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower.
Rawstorne Street is within close proximity of the highly desirable St John Street and Exmouth Market with a spectrum of fine restaurants, bars and award winning boutique shops. Alternatively, Upper Street provides additional amenities in the opposite direction. The West End, Farringdon underground and mainline Station (Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City) which will further benefit from the opening of Crossrail in December 2018 as well as Angel tube (Northern line), King's Cross (Piccadilly, District and Circle, Northern Lines and Intercity and Eurostar services) are all within easy walking distance.