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Leisure Facility for sale

St John Street, London, Islington

£3,200,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Unique Character Space
  • Ideal for retail-gallery-office-leisure
  • Dedicated St John St Entrance

Full description

LOCATION
The available space is located in a period building on the western aspect of St John Street, just north of Haywards Place and opposite Compton Street. The Clerkenwell and Smithfield area is a popular and established hub for companies from many sectors, particularly from the creative industries, as well as being a popular residential area too. Boutique hotels, art galleries, cafes, restaurants and bars are all within the immediate vicinity.

TRANSPORT
Farringdon station is within five minutes walk with Barbican station also close by. Numerous bus routes service St John Street and nearby Clerkenwell Road.


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Stirling Ackroyd, Great Eastern St. EC2A

40 Great Eastern Street, London, EC2A 3EP

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