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30 Old Street, EC1

Price Upon Request · New Homes · For Sale

One of the city’s most transformative developments, 30 Old Street is a master class in modern day architecture. Impossible to classify and occupying a league of its own, the building blends post-industrial chic with an intelligent and visionary design to produce five stunning apartments and three penthouses.
Offering fantastic vistas over the city of London, the residences at 30 Old Street are crafted for individuals who appreciate the unique and the extraordinary, those amongst us who like to stand from the crowd, who harbour an appetite for distinction.
As such, the apartments at 30 Old Street with floor to ceiling glass roof terraces, Juliette balconies and triple glazed windows offer residents breathtaking panoramas over the ever-changing London skyline, from St Paul’s Cathedral to The Shard.
Witness the evolution of the world’s most famous capital city from your living room window.

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999 year leasehold from completion of the individual apartment
10-Year Premier Warranty


Artisian-finish bronze panelling
Hardwood flooring
Inteligent lighting
Floor to ceiling frameless sliding doors
The eight residences at 30 Old Street are designed for digital age urbanites. Air conditioning, intelligent-design blinds (with provision for curtains), triple glazing, intelligent lighting and fully prepped sound and vision seamless systems come as standard.

30 Old Street is positioned almost equidistant from the underground and national railway stations of Farringdon and the eponymous Old Street - a nine and eight minute walk respectively - where one can access the Circle, Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan and Northern lines. With great expansion scheduled for Farringdon in 2018 - both the Crossrail, (linking London’s east and west) and the Thameslink Programme (connecting north and south) will make it the only station where commuters can access both lines, cementing Old Street as an excellent base from which to navigate the whole of greater London. And, with the Square Mile literally on your doorstep, for those toiling in the financial powerhouses and engine rooms of the City, walking to the office is most definitely an option. Directly to the south, you’ll find the mid 20th century Brutalism of the Barbican. Now a Grade II listed building, its impact on the London skyline is equally as individualistic as it's effect on the local area itself. A symbol of regeneration done right, boutique coffee shops and cafes now adorn the streets, as do high end, design conscious, bespoke furniture retailers keen to trade off the Barbican’s unique architectural aesthetic. Shoreditch and Hoxton, which lie to the east, are areas famed for their associations to famed graffiti artist Banksy. The creative industries have been a central component of Hoxton’s gentrification, with arts and entertainment venues, as well as nightclubs, bars and restaurants erring towards offering a more artisan and unique experience. Westward, Clerkenwell is responsible for much of London’s first class gastronomic reputation, with a whole host of fine dining and some of the best public houses in the city. The area’s prestige stretches as far back at the 17th century and was a favourite of the aristocracy, and its fashionable reputation continues to remain untouched today.


30 Old Street, London, United Kingdom


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