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Brandon Mews, Barbican, London, EC2Y


1 Bedroom Apartment Sold

A special, rarely on the market, one bedroom west facing Mews apartment with it's own entrance. Type 118. On this floor, a lovely double bedroom with generous built in wardrobes, directly overlooking beautiful gardens, bathroom and separate WC. A beautiful mahogany staircase with a double height operable skylight, which leads down to a separate original kitchen and open plan dining area with views of the garden. Step down into a delightful sitting area with a double height ceiling and a full height width beautiful 'U' shaped window overlooking the gardens. Leading down from the sitting area is a fabulous basement which can be converted into an office/gym/music room with access to a fully enclosed garage. The garage is available by separate negotiation direct from the City of London.The Barbican Estate, architects Chamberlain, Powell & Bon includes the Barbican Arts Center, cinema, art gallery, concert hall, restaurants, bars and cafes. Waitrose, Marks & Spencer and Tesco's are close at hand.
Service Charge: 31st March - 1st April 2020/2021 Estimated £3,332
Local Authority: City of London - Ground Rent £10, Lease: 125 years from July 1981. 



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1b Charterhouse Square
(Entrance in Carthusian Street)

020 3488 4330

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