- Duplex Apartment
- High Ceilings
- 3 Bedrooms
- 3 En-suite bathrooms
- 2,900 Sq Ft
- Long Leashold
A rare and wonderful opportunity to purchase a stunning duplex penthouse apartment designed with the highest ambitions of architecture and design. Encompassing high ceilings and matchless attention to detail, this luxurious Penthouse has been created to maximise light and space.
The apartment comprises of three large bedrooms with three en suite bathrooms, two large bright reception rooms, a spectacular eat-in kitchen, an impressive terrace and a loft style master bedroom with an ample amount of storage, making this trophy apartment the ideal investment and home. It is very rare in Central London to find an apartment measuring in excess of 2,900 Sq Ft with outside space and a long leasehold tenure.
King Street is the principal street in Covent Garden and Soho, 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 major re-development scheme putting Covent Garden on the map as a top residential and shopping destination.
The area is already benefiting from independent fashion brands to the north side of the square and more luxury, Bond Street-style boutique set of shops have bloomed at the other end. A host of luxury brands that are due to sign for stores in the area, as well as the Apple store, which has opened moments from the apartment.
Soho, Covent Garden, Marylebone and Fitzrovia are considered the best areas to currently be investing in and to live in, within Central London. Early viewing is strongly recommended. Notice
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