- Handsome converted warehouse
- Superb central location
- Fantastic porter
- Immaculate common parts
- Tapas from Barrafina on the doorstep
Situated on the first floor of a popular portered building moments from Covent Garden’s vibrant Piazza, this well proportioned two bedroom lateral apartment occupies a quiet corner position within this handsome converted tobacco warehouse developed by Taylor Woodrow in the early 2000’s and featuring a Japanese style internal courtyard offering a peaceful oasis away from the hustle and bustle of London’s West End.
The welcoming reception hall opens through to a well proportioned open plan kitchen/reception room with generous ceiling height and original windows looking towards the Freemasons Hall, one of the capital’s most handsome Art Deco buildings and a true London landmark. There are two double bedrooms (one en-suite), a separate guest shower room and plentiful storage.
The block is exceptionally well managed and maintained, with a fantastic on-site building manager. Holborn Tube Station can be found within a few minutes walk offering access via the Central Line to the City, East and West London.
The original Tobacco warehouse at 145 Drury Lane and 10 Wild Street was first converted to offices in the 1930s and latterly by developer Taylor Woodrow in 2000 creating a well considered apartment block that remains popular and highly sought after. Located in the heart of London’s Theatreland, this world class address is famed for its theatres and proximity to the Royal Opera House and Covent Garden Piazza, rich in history but also seeing somewhat of a renaissance in recent years with a number of excellent restaurants opening up and down the street.