One of the largest lateral apartments on the Italianate Piazza, and boasting rare southerly views across the famous square, this three bedroom apartment is newly refurbished by Capco and located in the very heart of Covent Garden, WC2.
A rare and wonderful opportunity to purchase one of the largest lateral apartments on the famous piazza. Encompassing 3 metre ceilings, lift access and matchless attention to detail, this luxurious apartment has been created to maximise light and space. This second floor apartment, newly refurbished by Capco, benefits from the principle entertaining areas of the kitchen, living and dining room as well as the third bedroom/study area all boasting south facing with direct views across the Piazza, and perfectly placed to look over the new al fresco dining on the Covent Garden Estate. The grand principal bedroom with large ensuite bathroom, further double bedroom and a separate contemporary family bathroom are all positioned to the rear of the 2143 sqft apartment, away from the hustle bustle of the square. King Street is the principal street in Covent Garden, an adornment to the elegant new Italianate square. Like any other place in London, Covent Garden has experienced various stages of life. From humble beginnings as a Convent garden, it has moved through many guises over the centuries. From a home to the aristocracy and the main centre of theatrical life in London it developed into the largest produce market in the world. On this journey both rich and poor have moulded its history, in an area steeped in grandeur. Street performers, the opera house, theatres, bars and restaurants; there are plenty of reasons why Covent Garden is a famous tourist destination. Some might say that such a vibrant part of London doesn`t require much in the way of improvement, however, Covent Garden has undergone a meticulously planned re-development over the past 15 years, putting Covent Garden on the map as a top residential and shopping destination. London underground stations Covent Garden (0.1 miles), Holborn (0.5 miles) and Leicester Square (0.3 miles) are all within close walking distance and all serve London's business districts.Less