- Bright, well proportioned rooms
- Simple modern architecture
- Oasis of calm in London’s West End
- Moments from the Piazza
- Seven Dials on the door step
Odhams Walk occupies a prominent position within Covent Garden bordered by Long Acre to the south, Endell Street to the east and Shelton Street to the north, originally designed to create an oasis of calm in the centre of the city, a vision that has proven successful and remains popular to this day.
Situated on the first floor podium, this well-proportioned and recently refurbished one bedroom apartment is located in a wonderful private position within the development. The ample living space is well laid out and includes a separate kitchen, good sized reception room, large bedroom and shower room. The apartment also benefits from several large storage cupboards
In 1979, the historic Odham’s Print Works was redeveloped by the Greater London Council with guidance from the Covent Garden Community Association to create Odhams Walk, a mixed-use development with residential flats located above a podium of commercial premises and parking. Architect Donald Ball saw the commission as a once in a lifetime opportunity, his design envisaging a public piazza connected by pedestrian ramps to the street, allowing free public access to the complex, with the flats in the two lower levels organised around inner courtyards and open galleries.
Odhams Walk in the present day is a prime example of award-winning modernist architecture and successful urban planning, with an active resident’s association keen to protect the development’s unique position as a village in its own right within Covent Garden.
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