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A 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom property which is centrally located in an attractive traffic-free courtyard in a much sought after and unique location off the north side of Fleet Street.
This impressive charming duplex apartment offers a long lease with a share of freehold. Its spacious interior boasts an array of character features arranged over the ground and lower ground floors plus exclusive access to an un-demised patio.
Dean Wace House, a highly desirable and stunning Grade II listed building of elegant proportions, was constructed in 1868 with a classical 19th century facade; designed by the noted Victorian architect S. Lee. Situated in a quiet pedestrianised courtyard, it was tastefully converted to provide 6 luxury apartments in 1998 by Pathfinders Developers.
Originally occupied by the Fleet Street Press Association, it was designed with large windows to permit maximum light for proof reading and printing. It was the establishment of the Press Association here that triggered the development of Fleet Street as the centre of the British newspaper industry.
The building was latterly occupied by the National Church League from whom it obtained its present name after the Dean of Canterbury in the 1920's the Very Rev. Henry Wace.
Dean Wace House has a fantastic central location (zone 1) within easy reach of the City and situated moments from amenities of Fleet Street, West End and Southbank.
Chancery Lane & St Paul's (Central line), Blackfriars (District & Circle line), City Thameslink (National Rail) are all located within 0.4 miles; and 0.5 miles from the Crossrail at Farringdon station (new Elizabeth Line) which is due to complete in 2021.
World renowned Universities are located within easy reach; eg LSE, King's College (Strand), Guildhall School of Music & Drama and College of Contemporary Arts.
Share Of Freehold
Off Fleet Street
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