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PROPERTY FEATURES
  • Boutique New Development
  • Character Warehouse Conversion
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Generous Entertaining Space
  • Courtyard
  • Quiet Secluded Position
  • Excellent Transport Links
  • High Specification
  • Share of Freehold
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

8 Stukeley Street is an exciting new development of two luxury apartments within this beautifully converted period warehouse located on a quiet pedestrianised street within the Seven Dials Conservation area between Covent Garden & Holborn. The building has a rich and culturally significant history, having once formed part of Drury Lane’s Arts Lab in the 1960’s.

Each apartment has been developed with fantastic attention to detail using the highest quality fixtures & finishes, including Miele kitchen appliances, engineered wood flooring and underfloor heating throughout.

Apartment A benefits from its own private street entrance and is arranged over three floors, all connected by a bespoke sweeping spiral steel staircase. The primary living space opens on to a courtyard, also accessed from the bedroom suite, providing a tranquil outdoor area that is a rare find in such a central location.A modern, well appointed kitchen is situated at the centre of this home, connected via the staircase to a well proportioned primary living space, offering generous ceiling heights which provide a great sense of space and
volume.

The principal bedroom features walk-in wardrobes, full height sliding patio doors and a well specified en-suite shower room. A secondary self-contained bedroom suite can be found on the upper floor, again with generous ceiling heights and wonderful period warehouse details including an original hay-loft door and crittal style window.

Particularly associated with the modern art scene of the times, The Arts Lab on Drury Lane was a creative hub housing a gallery, theatre and cinema, where Andy Warhol’s ‘Chelsea Girls’ premiered prior to becoming the film which crossed from art-house to the mainstream with incredible success. Yoko Ono & John Lennon’s first joint artwork "Build Around" exhibited at the space in 1968 with David Bowie also rehearsing and performed here in the early days of his career.

Stukeley Street is located off Drury Lane, away from the hustle & bustle of London’s West End but perfectly positioned for easy access to the wonderful Seven Dials Village with its cobbled streets, independent shops and the fantastic Seven Dials Market. Nearby, Covent Garden’s famed Piazza and surrounding streets offer some of the Capital’s finest shopping, dining and entertainment.

Not only is this part of London a world class entertainment and retail district, but also a globally recognised centre for learning. The University of London has several member institutions with local campuses including The London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE), Kings College London, University College London, Birkbeck, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and SOAS.

Transport links abound with Covent Garden, Holborn & Tottenham Court Road tube stations all nearby, The City also within easy reach by Tube, foot or bicycle.

WHAT WE LOVE
  • Rare Warehouse Conversion
  • The Colourful History
  • Cultural Significance
  • Fantastic Location
  • Great Proportions
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
  • Brand New Development
  • Arranged Over Three Floors
  • Double Aspect
  • Private Street Entrance
  • Share of Freehold

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31 Long Acre, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9LA

T: 020 7477 2177

E: hello@tavistockbow.com


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