Presented in immaculate condition and refurbished over three years to an impeccably high specification, this unique and breathtaking tower was originally built in 1704 and designed by Sir Christopher Wren. Grade I Listed, this outstanding property retains many original and characterful features, including the original stone staircase, whilst the contemporary fixtures and fittings flow effortlessly alongside providing sumptuous living space to all tastes. The top floor further provides access to a modest balcony circling the entire tower and as such gives far reaching views taking in St Paul's Cathedral. Arranged over 10 floors with two mezzanine levels this three bedroomed converted church is linked on all floors by stone and clear spiral staircases and a chic lift to the majority of the upper floors. The property comprises, from the ground up, dining room with floor-to-ceiling windows onto the church gardens, first floor integrated kitchen with space for breakfast dining, second floor study/reading room with windows to all four aspects, third floor laundry room and two ultra sleek wet rooms, fourth floor second bedroom with mezzanine level study, third bedroom also featuring a dual aspect mezzanine level, sixth floor master bathroom with steps up to a Jacuzzi bath and a walk-in wardrobe, seventh floor master bedroom, eighth floor reception room with windows to all four aspects, ninth floor study room with vast ceiling height up into the main tower and a tenth floor mezzanine with door leading out onto the balcony which affords 360 degree vistas. Greyfriars Passage is only moments from fashionable Smithfields Market, whilst a more comprehensive range of amenities can be found in nearby Covent Garden. Transport links include St Paul's Underground Station.
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