Roman House offers a sophisticated one bedroom flat on the ground floor with doorman access. The kitchen is complete with microwave, electric hob, extraction fan, chilled wine rack, dishwasher, full-sized refrigerator, a Nescafe Dolce Gusto coffee machine, Rice Cooker, as well as kitchen utensils and cutlery.
There’s a large main closet in the entranceway with washer/dryer combo, vacuum, cleaning utensils and networking access. The flat has ethernet access in all rooms offering free internet as well as Wi-Fi, with a wireless capable multimedia station complete with built-in surround sound speakers. There’s also USB power supply in most areas. The flat has central air conditioning and heating. The large window and patio door in the living area allow for lots of light. The balcony is relatively small offering access for two. The master bedroom is fully carpeted with balcony access. There is also a glass door and large window with lots of light. The bed is full-sized, with four pillows.
The master bathroom has tub and rainfall shower.
This flat is in the City of London which technically is a City in itself. As it was settled by the Romans in Medieval times, it remains an ancient piece of history. This area is governed by its own separate council and a Lord Mayor much older than that of the rest of London. The Barbican Centre is right next door where the London Symphony Orchestra resides as well as several gallery events and a cinema. Located here is a small oasis which contain numerous canals and ponds where artists and business people often sit working.
The closest pub is Wood Street Bar and Restaurant just two doors down. In the neighbourhood is Prêt à Manger, Wrap it Up!, Pizza Express, Slug and Lettuce, and Jamie’s Wine Bar. The Museum of London is nearby, as well as the London Business Library, BNP Paribas and Barbican Station.