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This primely positioned pub conversion has an enviable amount of sq. footage. Located over two floors and complete with its own entrance, patio garden and open plan kitchen reception room it does satisfy an abundance of requirements. The property is set out on the ground and lower ground floors but still has an abundance of light due to the orientation and the sky light and patio garden on the lower level.
Lever Street is located off of the City Road and opposite Shepherdess Walk which is home to one of the best cafes in London as reviewed by Timeout, aptly named, The Shepherdess as well as The Eagle Public House made famous by the nursery rhyme “pop goes the weasel”. The pub itself, the Lord Nelson, was notably used as a set in Guy Ritchie’s cult classic, “Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels”. The location is drenched in history and British culture. It is equal distance from The City, Islington and Farringdon. The Regents Canal is within walking distance and tube links include Old Street and Angel Stations offering easy access across town.
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