This newly renovated two-bedroom two bathroom flat has a charming balcony overlooking a courtyard in the back. There is a view of the shard at night. It’s really serene with a nice table that seats four as well as plenty of extra standing space. The building is right off the intersection of Clerkenwell Road and Old Street. There’s large elevator to accommodate baggage.
The apartment has wall to wall polished hardwood floors that add a charming character. There is balcony access from both the living room and master bedroom. Just off the sliding glass doors is a large black leather couch fitted with two end tables and modern coffee table. There is a 40 inch LG flatscreen HDTV across from the couch. The open living area shares the room with a spacious kitchen. There is an adjacent modern dining table for four. The kitchen lends plenty of granite counter space for home cooking for friends and family. As for appliances, there is a Bosch oven with four burner electric stove. The large exposed AEG exhaust adds style. The Indesit small dishwasher and Electrolux washer/dryer combo are both contained in cabinets under the counter. There is a full sized Electrolux refrigerator and freezer combo. There are electric heaters throughout the flat.
The Master bedroom has ensuite bathroom with shower stall and full width mirror. The full-size bed has two adjacent nigh tables with reading lamps. There is a two-door mirrored wardrobe with plenty of hanging space. With access to the balcony, the sliding glass doors offer lots of light and fresh air. There is wall to wall carpeting in the bedroom. The smaller bedroom, similar to the master, is right off the entrance hallway. It has a full-sized bed, a large window offering fresh air, wardrobe and wall to wall carpeting in the bedroom.
There is a charming entranceway to the apartment with long corridor with hard wood floors. The main bathroom with full-sized bathtub is off the hall. There are two storage closets with ironing facilities.
Clerkenwell is located in the borough of Islington. It was an ancient parish in medieval times. Clerkenwell is named after a well where Parish clerks would hold biblical plays. Most notably, this area was home to London’s Little Italy from approximately 1850 to 1960. The community still exists, though much smaller, and is based around St. Peter’s Italian Church with street fairs taking place in July.
There is a Waitrose and Partners directly across the street, as well as a Tesco Express at the corner. Simmons Bar is the closest pub with many happy hour specials. For a nice trim and a cup of joe visit Lily Maila salon. There’s also a Pret a Manger just up the street.
For some gastropub fun, try The Eagle, it’s of the originals in this area. It serves up Mediterranean cuisine mostly off the grill. The only way to catch the menu is on the chalkboard as the chef changes it daily. There’s a live feed on their website.