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Willoughby House £495,000 Leasehold


This superb one bedroom split level apartment in the Barbican has a balcony which offers stunning west-facing views towards the lakes in the centre of the development.


Andrewes House £525,000 Leasehold


Set on the 3rd floor of Andrewes House, this larger than average one bedroom apartment is incredibly light and airy, with fantastic reception space and two balconies.


Cathedral Lodge £399,950 Leasehold


Situated on the 6th floor of a popular lift-serviced building with concierge in the Square Mile, this charming 1 bedroom apartment is well presented and comes with parking.


Ben Jonson House £720,000 Leasehold


Set over the top three floors of Ben Jonson House, this 2 bedroom triplex penthouse apartment is incredibly bright with superb views towards the City, and has a roof terrace.


Cobalt Building £485,000 Leasehold


This 2 bedroom 2 bathroom apartment is located on the 6th floor of a popular lift- serviced apartment in the Square Mile, and comes with an underground parking space.


Demand increases for Barbican apartments


As we move into our busiest period of the year, Hamptons International continues to see incredible demand for Barbican properties from both local and international buyers, with properties achieving asking prices and above when priced accurately at the outset. This looks to continue until interest rates start to rise later in the year, so those looking to achieve top prices are advised to call us to discuss what we can do for you now.


Brandon Mews £575,000 Leasehold


This beautifully refurbished 2 bedroom Barbican house is set over two floors, and offers superb views of one of the lakes from both the reception and the principle bedroom.


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