A charming one bedroom period apartment positioned on the second floor of an attractive converted property. The flat is laterally arranged and enjoys lots of natural light throughout and views over a leafy garden square. The accommodation comprises of a 14'7 x 11'7 reception room featuring an original fireplace, a separate kitchen, a double bedroom with built in storage and a bathroom. The property is in good decorative order and is available with no onwards chain.
Lonsdale Square is in the heart of the Barnsbury Conservation Area, built between 1838 and 1845 in Gothic Revival style by R.C.Carpenter. It was built at the same time as the Drapers Arms, the gastro pub at the north end of the square. It has historic connections to public figures including Booker Prize winner Sir Ahmed Salmon Rushdie and English conductor Sir Simon Rattle. Transport links can be found at Angel and Highbury & Islington Underground Stations, both within 0.6 miles.
Bright & airy
Lease 141 years expiring 28 September 2160
Service charge £840 pa