A studio apartment in an upmarket location. This third-floor studio flat allows the busy professional low-maintenance and hassle-free living, with additional comfort thanks to a separate kitchen and bathroom with ample storage. Parks, shops, restaurants, train and bus services also provide maximum convenience for commuting and socialising.
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Well-proportioned studio apartment with separate kitchen and shower room, located on a tree-lined street in a conservation area.
Hallam has close connections with London's cultural milieu, being steeped in the West End vibe, and with BBC broadcasting House close by.
Fibre-optic broadband capability has recently been added, ensuring connectivity with the future as well as the past, evident in Hallam's Edwardian terraces.
The apartment is nestled securely on the third floor and accessed through an elegant reception area, allowing privacy away from the bustling environment of London.
Open the door into a foyer that gives you the option to retreat to the bohemian-style bedroom and living room, or straight ahead into a modern kitchen to enjoy your brew of choice while bathed in light from the ceiling-height window.
High-ceilings give the studio room living area a spacious and adaptable feel, with soft white walls providing lots of room for pictures and hangings.
A double bed easily fits into the space, and a large, fitted pine wardrobe with integrated shelving offers plenty of storage.
Next to the radiator is a snug corner perfect for a cosy sofa and book nook, flooded with light by the broad 36-pane window, which can be opened four ways to allow a pleasant through-breeze in the summer.
There is also room for a table for dining with a special someone or catching up with work on your laptop.
Spot-lighting eliminates winter gloom, but there are plenty of sockets to add in some mood lighting. Wood-effect flooring allows for minimal fuss for the busy professional but provides the perfect opportunity for a plush rug to add a touch of luxury.
Light units and worktop, and tiled walls keep the kitchen airy and bright. Features include:
• Stainless steel sink and drainer
• Electric cooker and integrated oven
• Space for a washing machine
• Enough plugs for microwave, kettle, and toaster - all the essentials
• Nook for a fridge-freezer
• Ten cupboards above worktops and three underneath
Blue tiles imbue the shower room with a spa-like feel, with the toilet tucked in a partially screened section shelving space for toiletries, and a high towel-rail.
The compact, stylish sink also has a separate glass shelf and mirrored wall unit with shaving light. The modern electric shower is discretely enclosed by three walls for maximum privacy.
Living area: 4.08m x 3.52m
Total: 23sq ft / 248sq ft.
Mere minutes away is Regent's Place Plaza, a vibrant modern scene crammed with great places to eat, drink, watch free film screenings, admire art installations, pick up supplies at farmers' markets and relax in open spaces.
Escape the hustle in the nearby architecture gallery, and find spiritual peace at Fitzrovia Chapel or All Souls Church, or stroll through Regent's Park.
Local restaurants include Franco Manca for sourdough pizzas and wines, the whimsical Riding House café, or Crazy Bear Fitzrovia, a plush oriental restaurant and cocktail bar, to name but a few.
There is also a nearby gym, Sainsbury's Local and Tesco Express.
Lease: 94 years
Service Charges: £2635.00
Reserve Contribution: £1284.00
Ground Rent: £75.00
Nearest stations: Oxford Circus, Great Portland Street, and Regents Park tube station.
Buses (within five minutes' walk): 88, C2, 18, 27, 30, 205, 189, 3, 12, and 55.
Local Authority: City of Westminster