Bedford Row & Jockey’s Fields WC1
- Bedrooms: 10
- Bathrooms: 3
- Reception Rooms: 5
- Tenure: Freehold
- Local Authority: Borough of Camden
Internal Area (approx.): 917 sqm / 9,875 sq ft
The property comprises two attractive interconnecting Grade II Listed brick-built Georgian houses constructed in circa 1718.
Currently used as offices the two properties together, this stunning property measures approx. 9,875 sq ft and is arranged over five floors, with many features, which include bay windows, period panelling and Corinthian pilasters.
The buildings lie within the London Borough of Camden. They are situated in the Bloomsbury Conservation Area and are Grade II* Listed with Historical Architectural Importance.
Subject to acquiring the relevant planning consent and permissions, the properties would make a splendid residence once reinstated to its former glory. The buildings lie within the London Borough of Camden and are situated in the Bloomsbury Conservation Area.
Situated in a sought after tree lined road, just moments from the green space of Gray’s Inn Gardens, this property is equal distance from Chancery Lane and Holborn stations and also benefits from multiple transport links to the multitude of theatres, shops and restaurants London has to offer.