This is a very spacious and bright three bedroom apartment located within a prestigious building on Old Street. Boasting three good-sized double bedrooms, two bathrooms and with lovey high ceilings.
- Impressive three bedroom apartment
- Located on the third floor of a stunning building
- Large reception room with high ceilings and wood floors
- Good-sized second and third bedrooms
- Discrete kitchen with integrated appliances
- Two bathrooms
- Superb location on Old Street
- On-site porter
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This apartment is ideally located moments from Islington High Street with its wide range of amenities, while Old Street Underground Station is found just across the road.
Old Street locals have kindly shared their favourite places to go...
J & A Café
The best Irish fry up with real Irish soda bread and Ballymaloe relish!
After trying nearly all of the Vietnamese restaurants on Kingsland Road, this is by far the best. The setting is cool with graffiti style art on the walls and the service is excellent compared to other places on the same road. Complimentary tea and watermelon at the end is exactly what is needed after trying the extensive menu of pho, noodles, summer rolls and fresh fish.
The Barbican Exhibition Centre
A quirky but intimate spot for live plays and music events. Home of London Symphony Orchestra!
Old Street station
Great Northern Northern lines, Zone: 1
Metropolitan Great Northern Hammersmith & City Circle Northern lines, Zone: 1
Metropolitan Hammersmith & City Circle lines, Zone: 1
- Lease expires:
- Mar 3012
- Ground rent:
- To be confirmed
- Service charge:
- £2415.2 per half-year (2018)
- Stamp Duty
- Council tax:
- £1,952 per year (Band F)
- Local authority:
- Total Sq Ft:
- 956 (88 Sq M) approx.
Lease details, service charges, ground rent (where applicable) and council tax are given as a guide only and should be checked and confirmed by your Solicitor prior to exchange of contracts.
Energy Performance Certificates
The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) gives the building a standard energy and carbon emission efficiency grade from 'A' to 'G', where 'A' is the most efficient and 'D' being the average to date.