A spectacular, one bedroom apartment in a brand new boutique development in the heart of Covent Garden.

This remarkable home effortlessly utilises its magnificent spaces, which are further enhanced by the beautiful, large windows throughout, creating a bright and contemporary home. The open plan living and kitchen area is extremely spacious, developed with a keen eye for detail and an understanding of the modern lifestyle. The kitchen boasts the highest quality Smeg appliances alongside a bespoke Italian suite. Premium quality, engineered oak flooring flows throughout, harmoniously creating the perfect balance of sophisticated and contemporary living. The master bedroom is an idyllic haven of luxury completed with fully fitted wardrobes. The stunning bathroom boasts Bologna tiles and underfloor heating adding to the spa-like atmosphere, perfect for unwinding after a long day amid the city bustle. Additionally, this apartment is serviced by a full time concierge and lift access. 38 Southampton Street comprises 18 beautifully designed, contemporary apartments under one prestigious address. Located in the heart of Covent Garden, the building is nestled amidst a wealth of retail and leisure offerings, positioned to the west of the famous Covent Garden Piazza and close to the prime retail parade of Long Acre and village atmospheres of Seven Dials, Soho and beyond. Heading south leads you to the Strand and onto the iconic landmarks of The Savoy and Somerset House. Further entertainment is abundant with numerous theatres, the Royal Opera House, and a variety of fine dining restaurants, including The Ivy all within easy reach of the property. The property benefits from excellent transport links, including Covent Garden (Piccadilly Line), Charing Cross (Bakerloo line, Northern line and National Rail) and Leicester Square (Northern and Piccadilly Lines) Underground stations, all of which are within walking distance of Southampton Street.


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