A beautifully finished top floor loft apartment set over two floors of a former printing factory with outside space facing towards the City and St Luke's park. Mitchell Street is a really quiet setting and the building is alongside other Victorian warehouse conversions which lead to St Luke's Church, home of London Symphony Orchestra. With an entrance on the third floor and access to an un-demised south facing terrace the space immediately reveals the large open living/seating area which then leads through to the bespoke designed kitchen with central island and reclaimed Iroko worktop complete with West facing sash windows, designated dining area and full length and height crittal style glazing which offers a flexible additional seating/study or guest bedroom. At either end of this main space are large stripped back wood windows to the south and north which allow light to flood in, treated original floorboards, high ceilings with exposed joists and a raw exposed industrial pillar, all of which maintain the original feel and look of the factory. There is also a stylish shower room with w/c on this floor by the entrance and grey open staircase leads up to the upper floor. This level houses the master bedroom which has access out to the upper terrace with stunning views towards some of the City's landmark buildings as well as trees to the West, there is also a beautifully finished en-suite bathroom with storage and second smaller room which can be used as a small guest room or study. Old St station and 'Silicon' roundabout are a few minutes round the corner as well as Clerkenwell and the Barbican with it's centre for the arts being a short stroll so this location is by all the action but tucked away enough to be really quiet. Whitecross Street and its food markets, shops and eateries are also over the road along with Exmouth Market, Shoreditch and Hoxton really close by. Old Street, Barbican and Farringdon underground stations are all within walking distance and Farringdon forms part of the new Crossrail project, completing in 2018.