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Andrewes House EC2


Type 19, two bedroom apartment has had a complete bare shell restoration and is a fine example of an extensively refurbished Barbican apartment. The kitchen and bathroom have been completely redesigned with the highest quality materials and appliances. 850 Sq Ft.


Guide Price £925,000 Mountjoy House EC2


Set on the West side of Mountjoy House is this very well presented one bedroom apartment, with views across to the tennis courts and historic Ironmongers Hall. One of the largest style one bedroom flats within the Barbican. Type 26. 796 Sq Ft.


Guide Price £800,000


Sir John Lyon House, High Timber Street EC4


One bedroom 4th floor apartment in immaculate condition with wooden floors throughout. The reception room benefits from floor to ceiling windows and an open plan kitchen with integrated appliances. Daytime concierge and a courtyard garden for residents use. 517 Sq Ft.


£499,995


Gilbert House EC2 3rd floor one bedroom apartment with all principal rooms facing towards St Giles Church. The property offers an original Barbican kitchen, reception room, large inner hall suitable for a piano/study area, cloakroom, original bathroom and bedroom. 689 Sq Ft.


Guide Price £775,000


Clerkenwell EC1


BRAND NEW high spec one and three bedroom apartments. Boutique conversion, one office and two apartments. High quality fittings throughout - open plan receptions, stylish white kitchens with fully integrated high end appliances and fully glazed doors leading terraces. 538 Sq Ft and 1043 Sq Ft.


Guide Price £575,000 Guide Price £925,000


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