Seven Dials WC2
This third floor lateral apartment is located within the sought after Thomas Neal's centre, a landmark mixed-use warehouse conversion in the centre of Seven Dials. Finished in a contemporary style, the open plan living space opens onto a private balcony overlooking the cobbled street below.
The well-proportioned open plan living space features full height glazed doors opening onto a good sized private balcony, a rarity in this location. The open plan kitchen has an industrial feel, with handsome stainless steel fronted units and worktops accented with warm glazed metro tiles. A dining area dissects the kitchen and living spaces.
The generous bedroom features well considered bespoke joinery providing ample storage, and being situated to the rear of the building away from the street, creates a quiet space to sleep despite it's incredibly central location.
The bathroom is again finished in a contemporary style, with high quality fixtures & fittings including the application of handsome marble to walls & floor.
The Thomas Neal's Centre is an historic conversion of a former fruit & vegetable warehouse at the very centre of Seven Dials, benefitting from 24 hour on-site security and featuring only eight individual apartments which are rarely available on the open market.
Shorts Gardens is one of seven cobbled streets located off Seven Dials' historic sundial, with the area being home to a multitude of independent retailers, restaurants, cafes as well as Seven Dials Market, a fantastic indoor street food market with a great selection of independent food vendors. Other local institutions include Monmouth Coffee, The Covent Garden Hotel and Neal's Yard.
Seven Dials retains a village feel in the heart of London's West End, with it's cobbled streets, historic architecture and laid back vibe, yet the theatres, shopping and restaurants of Covent Garden or a short stroll south and the nightlife and culture of Soho only a few minutes walk to the West.