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- 360 Degree Virtual Tour
- Video Tour Available
- Air Conditioning & Underfloor Heating
- Large Private South Facing Terrace
- Integrated Sound System
- High Specification Kitchen & Bathroom Fittings
- Floor To Ceiling Windows
- Parquet Style Wood Flooring Throughout
Hatton Wall is a quiet street which runs off Hatton Garden and parallel to Clerkenwell Road, close to both Chancery Lane Underground (Central Line) and Farringdon Station (Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City and The Crossrail) as well as mainline access. The development is around the corner from the Leather Lane & Exmouth market and an abundance of shops and restaurants. You can cycle to Covent Garden within 10 minutes, the Tate Modern in 18 minutes and Spitalfields Market in 14 minutes. Liverpool Street and Kings Cross both take around five minutes via London Underground.
The development is located, in the heart of Londons culture-rich and cosmopolitan area of Clerkenwell where old and new London seamlessly entwine. As you arrive at the development you will notice the carefully preserved brick façade of the original property maintains a visual connection to the historical context of the area.
The apartment is located on the fourth floor of 20 Hatton Wall, the apartment has a bright, expansive open-plan living space, with floor-to-ceiling windows for maximum natural light and accentuating design details. Interior design is characterised by bold, clean lines and complimented by high-quality fittings and finishes in natural tones. The apartment is complete with an integrated sound system, underfloor heating, and air conditioning.
The apartment has a large open plan kitchen and living area which leads to a large private south facing terrace, a great place to enjoy a coffee in the morning or entertain guests in the evening. The kitchens and bathrooms have been fitted to a high specification and the bathrooms have a cool and unique rustic style.
Hatton Garden derives its name from the garden of the Bishop of Ely which was given to Sir Christopher Wren by Queen Elizabeth I. It became, and still is the centre of London's jewellery trade with its origins dating back to the medieval times, with one of the largest companies; De Beers still retaining one of its headquarters in the area.
Please call Keller Williams for more information and to arrange a viewing!