- Grade Two Star Listed property
- Stunning Period Features
- Sought After Soho Street
- Two reception Rooms
- Ensuite master bedroom
- Private Roof terrace
- Share of freehold
A once in a lifetime opportunity to acquire this stunning Grade Two star listed duplex apartment on one of the most desirable streets in Soho. This rare early 18th century street was initially developed by John Meard Junior, a Master Carpenter who worked on many great London churches, including St Paul`s Cathedral with Sir Christopher Wren.
Dating from 1732, the property is steeped in history and benefits to this day from many period features including staircases, architrave doorcases, flush-framed sash windows, and the original wood panelled walls, fireplaces, cornices, floorboards and window shutters in the two main reception rooms.
The original house was converted to its present incarnation of three apartments in the late 1980`s under the careful guise of English Heritage ensuring that the conversion was not only sympathetic to the historic nature of the building but embraced the heritage.
This impressive apartment benefits from a large reception room facing onto Meard Street encompassing three symmetric period windows, with a separate dining room off leading directly onto a fully equipped kitchen. After climbing the historic stairs you are greeted by a landing flooded with natural light, an ensuite master bedroom, a second double bedroom, a beautiful family bathroom and a private south facing terrace.
This is an opportunity to purchase a historic 300 year old property in one of most vibrant locations in London – to enjoy the characterful space and be its guardian for future generations.
Call Soho`s estate Agents Greater London Properties to view the apartment and for the opportunity to own not just a unique property, but also a small piece of English history.
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