Stunning two bedroom apartment located on the 13th floor of Hexagon Apartments.
The Hexagon Apartments is a collection of brand new residences in the heart of Covent Garden, comprising 15 floors of outstanding one, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses.
The Hexagon Apartments have been created by world-renowned architects Squire & Partners, with interiors by Michaelis Boyd. Each residence combines contemporary design with luxury finishes, and many enjoy unique panoramic views over Central London.
This landmark new development is nestled in the very heart of London within the Seven Dials Conservation Area, and is within easy walking distance of Covent Garden Piazza and the West End.
The striking shape of the building, along with its scale and iconic design details, mark it out against the Central London skyline.
Hexagon Apartments’ central London location ensures residents can get in and out of the city with ease and efficiency. A short walk to Covent Garden Station and the Piccadilly Line means Heathrow airport is just forty minutes away. Twenty minutes by tube, Kings Cross St Pancras International can whisk you to Paris in three hours when the continent beckons.
Walk five minutes in the other direction to Holborn Station to catch the (soon to be 24 hours at weekends) Central Line with connections east to Bank and St Paul’s at the heart of the city and west to the markets of Notting Hill. A ten minute walk to Tottenham Court Road Station gives you access to the Northern Line and the soon to be opened Crossrail.
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