A unique three bedroom home set across the top three floors of a period building on the world-renowned Strand.

This split level apartment offers an extremely exciting opportunity for those wanting to craft their perfect home in the heart of London. With untold potential, this spectacular space is the perfect canvas for anyone wanting to put their own stamp on this already magnificent home. Boasting authentic period features alongside spectacular vaulted ceilings this home exudes character. The two exceptionally large reception rooms are located on the fourth floor offering the option to open up the space via a conjoining door, creating the perfect entertaining space. The separate kitchen area is doused in natural light from the large windows and benefits from the highest quality integrated appliances. Located below on the third floor are the three generously sized bedrooms, with the master boasting an ensuite and spectacular dressing room. The crown jewel to this property is the remarkable roof terrace, offering sensational views across London, including those of Somerset House and the London Eye. A beautiful hidden spot to sit back and soak in some of London’s most famed attractions. Next door to this admired property is Somerset House, with the attractions of the Southbank including the Royal Festival Hall, the BFI and the National Theatre just a five minute walk away. Surrounded by an array of Theatres, the world-renowned Covent Garden piazza, Royal Opera House and Trafalgar Square, means this property is perfectly placed to enjoy the best London has to offer. As a hub for public transport, the Strand benefits from a number of different bus routes, as well as Covent Garden underground station (Piccadilly Line), Temple underground station (District and Circle Lines) and Charing Cross underground and mainline station (Northern and Bakerloo lines) within a 0.2 mile radius, giving you easy access to destinations throughout London and the South East.


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