Located just North of the Barbican Centre, there are an excellent array of amenities in close proximity. Barbican Station, Old Street station, and Moorgate Station are all easily accessible. Farringdon Station is another alternative and will soon be an entry point to the new Elizabeth Line.
A rare opportunity to purchase a beautiful and sympathetically fully restored two bedroom, upper maisonette in a prime position within the sought after Golden Lane Estate. The very comprehensive recent restoration was completed with input from an award-winning architect with an interest in the Estate.
The flat features an open tread staircase and the original counter-weighted window system which these flats are renowned for. Recent amendments have been made to compliment such features; a polished concrete floor with underfloor heating, bespoke stainless steel kitchen worktop, and a new bathroom suite.
This property is in one of the best positions within the estate with pleasant views over the communal grounds to both front and rear. The surroundings are surprisingly peaceful for a locality so central.
The Golden Lane estate was developed in the 1950's by architects Chamberlin, Powell and Bon who would later go onto to design the Barbican Estate. The estate is Grade II listed.
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