Savills | Dance Square, Central Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 3AL | Properties to rent
536 sq ft(49.80 sq m)
Guide price £2,210
Monthly + Fees apply

Dance SquareCentral Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 3AL

  • Under offer
  • Furnished

Key features

  • 24 hour concierge
  • Under floor heating
  • Luxury apartment finished to a high standard
  • Small private balcony
  • Great city location
  • One double bedroom
  • Council Tax Band = E

A beautifully finished apartment in this popular development with landscaped gardens.

About this property

  • Set on the fifth floor in this stunning development. This beautiful apartment features tile floors with underfloor heating in the spacious open plan reception room.

    The high gloss white kitchen and bathroom all features high specification fittings and there is access to a large private balcony.

    This secure development also has a 24 hour concierge.

A beautiful modern apartment in a sought after development.

Sam JunerProperty agent

Local information

  • Set within large private gardens punctuated by water features, walkways and perfectly manicured, tree-lined courtyards this new development is in an unbeatable location in Clerkenwell just South West of Old Street Station.
  • Clerkenwell is an area of central London in the London Borough of Islington. Once home to Oliver Cromwell and featuring in Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist the historic Clerkenwell is now home to some of the best restaurants in London including the Michelin starred Club Gascon. The popular and trendy Smithfield Market is close by with a selection of well-known restaurants and bars.
  • Goswell Road has two bus routes towards Waterloo Station, Archway Station, Whipps Cross roundabout and St Bartholomew's Hospital.
  • Old Street station is nearby and is on the Bank branch of the Northern Line. Moorgate, Bank/Monument and London Bridge are all within three stops, and Kings Cross, with its extensive links to the rest of London, is two stop away.
  • Barbican station is the closest underground station and is on the Circle, Hammersmith and City and Metropolitan lines. With Kings Cross and Liverpool Street within two stops each providing links to the rest of London.

Additional information

  • Islington is popular with young professionals and families alike. A wide assortment of accommodation, streets and green areas make for a stimulating environment while excellent eateries, art and culture add to the variety and vitality of the area.
  • Much of the area including Barnsbury, Canonbury and De Beauvoir Town was developed in the Georgian and Victorian eras and retains many of the original architectural features of those times. The grand residential homes, courtyards and squares across the district have established Islington as a premier address in London.
  • Islington benefits from some spectacular parks and city gardens. Highbury Fields, situated just to the east of Highbury Gardens, is the largest open space in the borough of Islington. Across its 29 acres there are recreational facilities including eight tennis courts, a café, swimming pool and a football court at the north end.
  • The park is surrounded by highly desirable residences.
  • Islington has some fantastic local theatres including the Almeida, a local award-winning 325 seat theatre, producing a diverse range of British and international drama with some of the world's best artists, and has developed a worldwide profile. The King's Head theatre, known for its music, has been a hotbed of new and exciting creative talent for more than 35 years. Not forgetting Sadler's Wells, the UK's leading dance house, uniquely dedicated to bringing the very best international and UK dance to London audiences.
  • All this culture and diversity attracts residents of a particularly discerning nature. Its close vicinity to the City, efficient transport links and the unique charm of Upper Street with its blend of cultural offerings and diverse shopping choices add further appeal.
  • EPC Rating = C