2 Bedroom Apartment Flat for sale in Sekforde Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1R

2 Bedroom Apartment Flat - £795,000

Sekforde Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1R

First listed on: 02nd April 2019

Nearest stations: Farringdon (0.2 mi)City Thameslink (0.6 mi)Old Street (0.7 mi)King's Cross Thameslink (0.8 mi)London Blackfriars (0.9 mi)

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Property Features

  • 744 Sq ft - 69 Sq m
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Charming Conversion
  • Split Level

Property Description

Tenure: Leasehold

This most charming period conversion occupies the top two floors of this early Victorian house situated on Sekforde Street.

Sekforde Street takes its name from an Elizabethan man of law, Thomas Sekford (1517 - 1587) who bequeathed a part of his Clerkenwell estate. He was a lawyer and MP under the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.

The estate (as we know it) began its redevelopment in the late 1820's with the layout of the street designed by C.R. Cokerall (surveyor) and his assistant James Noble. Most of the early development was non domestic with a wallpaper factory, a mahogany warehouse, livery, stables, a builders work shop and a parochial school.

Sekforde Street was the most important of the streets laid out on the Sekforde Estate and is currently the best preserved, still retaining the majority of its original houses.

Conventional in design the houses mostly have round-arched doorways and Classical Georgian facades.

The accommodation comprises a formal reception room with fireplace, custom built in book shelves and two large sash windows. There is a recently fitted kitchen breakfast room, whilst on the upper floor there are two bedrooms and shower room. The apartment also has the advantage of a basement store room.

Sekforde Street runs off Clerkenwell Green moments from St James Gardens and within a few minutes-walk to Farringdon Underground and Mainline Stations, offering easy and quick access to the City's financial district as well as London's West End.

With the opening of Cross rail now expected in 2021, Farringdon Station will offer one of the best rail links in London with direct access to four of its International Airports as well as direct links to Canary Wharf in 10 Minutes and Bond Street in Mayfair within 5 minutes.



This most charming period conversion occupies the top two floors of this early Victorian house situated on Sekforde Street.

Sekforde Street takes its name from an Elizabethan man of law, Thomas Sekford (1517 - 1587) who bequeathed a part of his Clerkenwell estate. He was a lawyer and MP under the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.

The estate (as we know it) began its redevelopment in the late 1820's with the layout of the street designed by C.R. Cokerall (surveyor) and his assistant James Noble. Most of the early development was non domestic with a wallpaper factory, a mahogany warehouse, livery, stables, a builders work shop and a parochial school.

Sekforde Street was the most important of the streets laid out on the Sekforde Estate and is currently the best preserved, still retaining the majority of its original houses.

Conventional in design the houses mostly have round-arched doorways and Classical Georgian facades.

The accommodation comprises a formal reception room with fireplace, custom built in book shelves and two large sash windows. There is a recently fitted kitchen breakfast room, whilst on the upper floor there are two bedrooms and shower room. The apartment also has the advantage of a basement store room.

Sekforde Street runs off Clerkenwell Green moments from St James Gardens and within a few minutes-walk to Farringdon Underground and Mainline Stations, offering easy and quick access to the City's financial district as well as London's West End.

With the opening of Cross rail now expected in 2021, Farringdon Station will offer one of the best rail links in London with direct access to four of its International Airports as well as direct links to Canary Wharf in 10 Minutes and Bond Street in Mayfair within 5 minutes.



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37-41 St John Street

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London

EC1M 4AN

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EC1M 4AN

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