£3,750,000 Share of Freehold
Summers Street in the heart of Little Italy is the most sought after loft building in Clerkenwell.
The original building was a printing works which was redeveloped in the New York loft apartment style by the architect Piers Gough as the first London 1993 venture of Manhattan Loft Corporation. Each loft space selected their own architect. Shane Lincoln (known for work on The Shard/Spitalfields etc) designed this 3rd floor loft apartment for the current owners.
Featuring exposed brickworks, 11-feet high ceilings with concrete beams, Crittall windows and unspoilt open plan living, the loft apartment offers a large living room with huge windows offering an unrestricted London rooftop view. A double bedroom with built-in wardrobe, kitchen and hallway with bathroom. A moveable wall separates the bedroom and lounge and disappears into concealed wall storage. There is a large concealed storage space above the kitchen. Across the corridor from the loft is a 120 square feet south-facing conservatory with fitted bookcases and window seats.
The current owners are in the process of acquiring a share of the freehold which would be included within a sale. There is the potential for renting or purchasing a basement car parking space through separate negotiation with Manhattan Loft Corporation.
Summers Street is situated moments from a wide range of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants on and around Clerkenwell Road with the sought after Leather Lane and Exmouth Markets moments away. This location is ideal for anyone seeking City living within a residential community, a short walk into the heart of the City of London and The West End.
This central location provides a variety of transport options with Chancery Lane (Central Line), Barbican and Farringdon (Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City and National Rail) all nearby. The upcoming Crossrail will also see the Elizabeth line coming to Farringdon, providing fast links to the West End, City and Heathrow.