Tenure: FreeholdWe are delighted to offer to the market this wonderfully refurbished Georgian house which is situated on one of the finest streets in Bloomsbury, just two doors along from the Charles Dickens museum. The house is laid out over five floors with a good size roof terrace over the kitchen extension and offers very flexible accommodation. There is self contained one bedroom apartment or nanny flat in the lower ground floor which can easily be incorporated into the house, large kitchen / breakfast room designed by "Plain English" on the ground floor, large utility room, 2/3 reception rooms, 4/5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, many original Georgian features, two under pavement vaults, patio, roof terrace and central heating throughout. Striking features of this property include a cantilevered stone staircase complemented by Carrera marble in the entrance hall, Oak covered floor with under floor heating in the drawing room, kitchen / breakfast and media room and library and solid marble fire surrounds. Ideally located with Mecklenburgh Square, Gray's Inn and Corams Fields just moments away. The Brunswick shopping centre provides a Waitrose supermarket with many other shops and restaurants. Nearest underground stations are located at Russell Square, Holborn and Chancery Lane. Main Line stations at Kings Cross, Euston and Eurostar services from St Pancras are also close by.
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