A four bedroom house in the heart of the City of London, with a secure garage and terrace.
A rare to the market four bedroom, two bathroom house with a garage and terrace. There are two entry levels to this property. One entrance is at street level with a gated front porch. On this level of the property is a large, secure, remote-controlled garage which is adjacent to a good sized storage area. The second entry point is via the podium level which leads up to the kitchen and dining area or down to the reception room, both benefiting from west-facing views over the lake. On the first floor is bedroom two, with an amazing floor to ceiling west-facing window, overlooking the Barbican lake, St Giles Church and the old ruins of the original Roman wall. It would be possible to create an en-suite for this bedroom with the relevant permissions. Bedroom three and four are on the second floor with an easterly aspect. There is a separate WC and bathroom on this level. A good sized kitchen and dining room are located on the third floor, the dining area has space for an extensive table and chairs. The kitchen units are a chocolate and white veneer with a glass splashback and granite worktops. Integrated appliances include a Miele washing machine, tumble dryer, Neff fridge, Miele freezer, Bosch dishwasher, Miele double oven and ceramic hob with a concealed extractor fan. The kitchen also has a breakfast bar area. The master bedroom on the top floor of the property has its own en-suite bathroom with the original Barbican bathroom suite, tiled walls, laminate flooring, a low-level WC, a hand basin with an inset mirror fronted cabinet and small storage cupboard. There is a floor to ceiling sliding door leading to a private west-facing balcony. The top floor terrace has a full width/height (sliding) door leading out to a patio area with an easterly aspect. This area can also be converted into a large living area with the relevant permissions. This lovely family house is located just a short walk from the City of London School for Girls. Shopping facilities include a Waitrose supermarket on Whitecross Street and a Marks and Spencer food and clothes store in Moorgate. The property overlooks St Giles Cripplegate, one of the few remaining medieval churches in the City of London after surviving devastating bombing during the Blitz, and sits at the heart of the modern Barbican development. It is thought that there has been a church on this spot for one thousand years.
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