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Walsingham House, 35 Seething Lane, London EC3N 4AH

Offers in Excess of
£8,413 pcm
£100,956 pa

£52.50 per sq. ft.

Business rates & charges may apply

Savills, City Offices

1,923-27,043 sq. ft.

(179-2,512 sq. m.)


Office to lease

Lease details

Lease available date:
Lease type:
Long term

Key features

  • New prestige reception area
  • New VRF air conditioning system
  • New metal raised floors
  • Three new 13 person passenger lifts
  • Seven new showers
  • 68 bike spaces and lockers
  • Cat A accomodation
  • 4 terraces

Property description

The building’s striking and ornate façade creates an impressive arrival experience. The interiors have been designed using the finest materials by award winning architects John Robertson Architects (JRA).

The building offers breathtaking views across south London towards the River Thames and numerous notable landmarks.

Walsingham House is well connected, with 7 stations within 10
minutes of the building and also benefits from the Elizabeth Line at Liverpool Street, which is a short walk from the property.


Walsingham House, 35 Seething Lane, London EC3N 4AH


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Fenchurch Street Station0.1 miles
  • Tower Gateway Station0.2 miles
  • Tower Hill Station0.3 miles


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