A Wikipedia search of Clerkenwell Close will start with " In the 17th century South Clerkenwell became a fashionable place of residence.Oliver Cromwell owned a house on Clerkenwell Close, just off the Green. Several aristocrats had houses there, most notably the Duke of Northumberland. Clerkenwell became a built-up area, it had a reputation as a resort a short walk out of the city, where Londoners could disport themselves at its spas, of which there were several, based on natural chalybeate springs, tea gardens and theatres. Architect Amin Taha has now created the latest piece of history in Clerkenwell Close, with this most fascinating and beautiful structural stone exoskeleton building, with natural quarry finish, drilled split and saw cut, retaining fossilised ammonite shells, coral and quartz. This stunning and individual boutique residential development, truly is one of one and demonstrates new build can have a soul. The quality of the fit out and specification is beyond the normal development scope and it is an absolute pleasure to help market and represent such incredible real estate. The apartments internal specification includes:- These stunning spaces all have a unique natural feel with features including, splendid bronzed windows, polished concrete floors with underfloor heating, blasted ceilings and European oak furniture/ joinery all seamlessly complimenting the natural aesthetic, which ripples through the development. Custom fully fitted kitchen with Fisher Paykel appliances, CEA black diamond satina brassware & Ambrato marble silk finished stone to all sinks and kitchen worktops. With KNX home automation operating lights, heating control and door entry, can be controlled from remote devices, unique solid OAK dimmable lights switches and cooling in living rooms/ master bedrooms also linked to KNX system. A park like village setting yet bang smack in the city, nothing compares! Please note pictures are computer generated images indicative of fit out and finish, but not necessarily of specified advertised unit.