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2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
Russell Square (0.2M)
Holborn (0.3M)
Chancery Lane (0.3M)
This stunning loft-style two bedroom apartment is set within a well maintained and secure building at the end of a quiet street. Within a short walk of both Holborn and Russell Square, and numerous buses, this flat is very well located for getting around the city and west end. The flat comprises two double bedrooms with built in storage space, a modern bathroom and a spacious lounge / dining area with large windows. The modern kitchen comes off the living room and benefits from marble work tops and built in appliances. The flat has high quality cherry wood flooring throughout and has been finished to a high standard. Available Furnished or unfurnished.

Key Features

• Wooden Flooring
• Modern
• Close to Transport
• Ample Storage
• 1000 sqft
• Underfloor Heating
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1. Russell Square Station
Russell Square Station
Russell Square is a London Underground station, located on Bernard Street in Bloomsbury. Opened in 1906 and designed by Leslie Green, the station is small, but very busy, being located on the Piccadilly Line.
2. British Museum
British Museum
A museum of human history and culture based in Bloomsbury, London. The collection, which is largely based on those of the physicist and scientist Sir Hans Sloane was established in 1753. As one of the most comprehensive collections of its kind in the world, it continues to draw crowds from all corners of the globe and is one of London's most popular tourist attractions.
3. Brunswick Centre
Brunswick Centre
This Grade II listed shopping centre is located in the heart of Bloomsbury and, following a £26 million rejuvenation, it is one of the most fashionable in London. Originally designed in the mid-1960's by Patrick Hodgkinson, the centre now contains 560 flats, shops, restaurants and the Renoir Cinema.
4. Senate House
Senate House
Senate House is the administrative centre of the University of London which is located in Bloomsbury, London. The building, which was built between 1932 and 1937, famously inspired George Orwell's description of the Ministry of Truth in his novel Nineteen Eighty Four.
5. Museum St
Museum St
Dating back to before the 1300's, Museum Street is at the heart of the borough of Bloomsbury. To its north lies the British Museum, hence its name, and also the Museum Tavern, which dates back to 1723. The street is populated with bookshops, such as the Atlantis bookshop, cafes and also Edmund Cude, our Bloomsbury branch.
6. Bedford Square
Bedford Square
Bedford Square in Bloomsbury, named after the Dukes of Bedford, is considered to be one of the best preserved pieces of Georgian architecture in London with a number of eminent residents, such as Lord Eldon, the celebrated Lord Chancellor.
7. Neals Yard
Neals Yard
Famous for their wide range of specialist homeopathic remedies and complimentary medicines, Neals Yard aims educate and make natural remedies accessible to all. Following the opening of the first store 27 years ago, there are now 38 nationwide, selling high quality natural products.
8. Gandhi
Located in Tavistock Square, Bloomsbury, the statue of Gandhi was designed by Fredda Brilliant in 1968. Mahatma Gandhi, the spiritual and political leader who led India to freedom from British rule in 1947, is represented in a meditative state, appropriate for the serene surroundings of the beautiful park