Archer Street Apartment
This inspiring apartment situated in London, United Kingdom was designed by the current owner together with Michaelis Boyd Associates.
Description by her Street Apartment
This incredible property has undergone a unique and extremely impressive refurbishment by the current owner in conjunction with Michaelis Boyd Associates. Involving a complete re-build and design with an emphasis on creating a fully sustainable and environmentally friendly home, this sumptuous one-bedroom apartment has been created using natural, UK sourced and made products only, making for a healthier home environment. The result is quite simply an awe-inspiring property and a wonderfully peaceful home in the heart of Soho. You are immediately struck by the wonderful light that floods the entire apartment due to the elevated position on the fourth floor, and the westerly aspect. There is an enormous amount of entertaining space in the form of a huge open-plan reception room and dining area which links perfectly with a well-built and fully sustainable kitchen. Beautiful wood floors and exposed brickwork throughout create a welcoming and warm ambience, especially when the original fireplaces are in use. The good-sized and airy bedroom houses vast wardrobe space and includes an en-suite bathroom. Archer Street is accessible from Great Windmill Street and runs parallel to Shaftesbury Avenue, therefore the many attractions of Soho including its fantastic restaurants and coffee shops are literally on your doorstep. Theatreland and Covent Garden are also within easy reach. The nearest Underground station is Piccadilly Circus (Piccadilly and Bakerloo lines).
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