This outstanding apartment is set on the fourth floor of a Victorian property on Coptic Street, just around the corner from the famous British Museum.
The apartment’s interior is spacious due to its efficient utilisation of space. The fully-integrated L-shaped kitchen serves well to define the boundaries between kitchen and living space of the open plan reception. Hard wood flooring extends past the reception and in to the bedroom – a good-sized double with West-facing windows and ample storage space. Similarly, the bathroom is well thought-out and offers a number of modern touches.
Built in 1881, this beautiful Victorian building full of character was converted from the employee quarters of the Dairy Company where milk was delivered and distributed to local homes and businesses for many years.
The property’s location is enviable due to its proximity to Tottenham Court Road, Russell Square, and Holborn tube stations – offering access to the Northern, Central, and Piccadilly lines as well as a direct train to all 5 of Heathrow’s terminals. The arrival of the Elizabeth line will also offer direct services from Reading and Heathrow in the west, through to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east. Moreover, several bus routes (including night busses) operate in the area, making this a well-linked part of London.
The apartment itself is situated in one of the more desirable districts of London’s West-End – Bloomsbury. It’s home to the British Museum, harbours some of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the country, and holds a number of renowned squares that bring greenery to the bustling city environment – creating a welcoming environment for residents, students, tourists, and city-workers.
With its exceptional transport links, friendly neighbourhoods and enviable location, this is the perfect place for anyone looking to live in Central London.