Wynyatt Street, EC1V

£1,350,000 (Guide Price)

3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, 1 Reception

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3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, 1 Reception

Description

Positioned on a quiet residential street just off St John Street in the heart of Clerkenwell, is this absolutely charming light-filled four-storey Georgian town house with pretty garden. The house, which dates from 1804 and is Grade II listed, is featured in the Survey of London. It is the largest on the street and perfectly blends gorgeous period features (including shutters and open fire places) with modern comforts. Sympathetically restored throughout with the direction of an expert architect (Chris Dyson), the house has been brought into the 21st century to create a beautiful home.

Arranged in excess of 1210sqft with a contemporary kitchen/diner to the lower ground floor with wood burner and garden access, a dual aspect double through reception with open fire places on the raised ground floor, three bright double bedrooms, a large top floor bathroom (with separate shower and bath) and a further guest WC and shower on the lower ground floor. To the rear is a very pretty walled town garden finished in York stone with mood lighting, an automatic watering system and mature planting. The garden can be accessed from both the kitchen and the ground level, making it ideal for entertaining in the summer.

With many Georgian features, including; wood panelling, cornicing, panelled doors, sash windows, fire places and exposed wood floors on the ground floor - it is perfect for someone seeking a house with real character and charm.

Wynyatt Street is conveniently located south of Islington and just a short walk from the highly popular Exmouth Market with its array of independent shops, award winning restaurants and fabulous street-food market. The Eurostar at King’s Cross St Pancras is within easy reach and both Angel and Farringdon (forthcoming Crossrail link) underground stations are incredibly close. An ideal setting to enjoy the attractions of the area, while having the benefit of swift access to The City and West End.