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Rarely available to the market is this wonderful two bedroom two bathroom apartment in a grand period building in Trinity Square, one street away from the Tower of London.
Overlooking the new Four Seasons Hotel, this apartment is well presented with high ceilings throughout and a spacious reception room which is perfect for entertaining. The two bedrooms are of generous proportions, with the master bedroom having an ensuite bathroom and built-in wardrobes. Situated on the second floor, on the favoured rear facing side of the building away from the main road, the building has recently had its grand entrance hall and communal parts refurbished throughout. Occupants have the right to obtaining a parking permit in the Corporation of London car park across the road. There are very few locations in London as desirable as this and with 2016 bringing completion of one of London's most luxurious hotels on the same street at the adjacent 10 Trinity Square, which will greatly raise the profile of the area once completed, making this flat a must-have for any discerning City buyer.
Trinity Square is located at the eastern edge of the Square Mile, making it ideal for anybody wanting a short walk to work in the City. It is situated minutes from Tower Hill (Circle and District Line) tube station and is in sight of The Tower of London and Tower Bridge. It is also within easy reach of both Fenchurch Street and Docklands Light Railway, giving access to those working in Canary Wharf.
Next To Tower Of London
866 Sq Feet
Service Charge - £4000 Pa Approx
Ground Rent - £150 Pa
Lease Length - 250 Years From March 97
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