|Added on Rightmove:||17 January 2017 (456 days ago)|
- One Bedroom
- Historic Location
- Part Furnished
- Newly Decorated
A bright, spacious and recently refurbished and modernised 1 bedroom top floor apartment located within a private residential development on Great Russell Street.
Great Russell Street links Bloomsbury Square Gardens to Tottenham Court Road and is positioned very centrally to Bedford Square. The apartment is positioned on the top floor of this very historic 18th Century Listed Period Building the apartment comprises of a large open-plan reception space with a corner kitchen island, a very generous and bright double bedroom and is concluded with refurbished bathroom with a bath-tub and overhead shower.
The building where the apartment is positioned is now the sole eighteenth-century house surviving within the South Row of Great Russell Street and was used by Author Charles Dickens as the main house of fictional character Charles Kitterbell in his short story 'The Bloomsbury Christening' 1834.
Transport can be accessed via Tottenham Court Road (Central and Northern Line), Russell Square (Piccadilly Line) and Goodge Street (Northern Line) London Underground Stations in addition to Charring Cross National Rail and Mainline services.
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