Barts Square is a vibrant new Residential Quarter in the heart of historic Smithfield. The development houses a mix of contemporary architecture and characterful restoration
Percivall House enjoys a unique position within Barts Square, with unrivalled views over the beautiful St Bartholomew the Great Church to the rear and the main square to the front. Designed by Maccreanor Lavington, this statement building takes inspiration from the surrounding architecture and sits effortlessly in its prime position.
Interior layouts flow to maximise light and views, considered materials sit side by side to create a warm and welcoming interior. The pedestrian passageway between Percivall House and The Levett Building provides direct access from the Square to the tranquil Church Garth behind.
The Levett Building
Referencing the area’s rich heritage, The Levett Building is constructed from an elegant, light coloured brick with details highlighted in bronze. Chamfered window reveals allow the maximum amount of light into these beautifully considered apartments. Many of the apartments boast dual aspect views, overlooking both the cobbled stones of Little Britain and the secluded neighbouring church garden. Inside, pale stone complements dark woods, cool marble sits beside sleek porcelain and crisp detailing in burnished metals adds warmth and individuality.
Taking reference from the adjacent retained Victorian façade, Fenwick House is designed to traditional proportions and constructed from materials such as glazed brickwork with anodized bronze detailing. Interiors are sleek and uncomplicated spaces; crisp and crafted, with contemporary design at their heart. Equidistant from three transport hubs including Farringdon, soon to be London’s best connected station, it has never been easier to plan your journey home.
PHASE ONE RESIDENCES
Abernethy House (Sold out)
A warehouse aesthetic retains an air of historical and architectural integrity, while elegant brickwork sets an inviting backdrop for the adjacent enclosed garden courtyard.
The Askew Building
At the northern edge of Barts Square, the Askew Building is afforded views over St Bartholomew the Great’s historic cobbles, while interiors are characterised by high ceilings and crafted finishes.
With an intriguing mix of brick façades, arched windows and crisp, contemporary architecture, Dominion House offers some of the square’s lightest, brightest apartments.
One of Barts Square’s most iconic buildings, this is the gateway to Barts Square with the concierge and all residents’ amenities under its roof.
The Underwood Building (Sold out)
Comprising a collection of considered apartments harnessing light and texture to create harmonious hues, The Underwood Building is a homage to the proud industrial heritage of the site.
A seamless elegance flows through Vicary House’s living spaces. A south-facing aspect and high ceilings capture sunlight; a masterclass in the use of light, space and texture.
Tranquil and secluded, yet set in the heart of the city, Barts Square wears its central London location lightly. Inspired by the vernacular of the area’s 19th century industrial architecture, contemporary interiors feature honest materials in a warm, harmonious palette.
With some of the capital's best chefs, sommeliers and secluded pubs close by, historic Smithfield, St Paul's and The Barbican on the doorstep and the City a short walk beyond, this is a location with something for everyone. Immediate proximity to Farringdon East Station on the new Elizabeth Line links Barts Square with Canary Wharf, the West End and beyond to Heathrow in moments.
Smithfield Market acts as the lynchpin for a vibrant food destination, with some of London’s most original and authentic eateries and bars scattered all around this historic area.
Belying its central London location, Barts Square is surrounded by pockets of delightfully tranquil green space, from intimate and hidden cloisters and gardens to the expansive outside spaces at The Barbican and St Paul’s Cathedral.
Whether it’s Roman antiquities, Pre-Raphaelite art, classical music, experimental theatre, cutting edge photography or contemporary dance, you could find a different cultural highlight for every day of the year.
As well as the wealth of high street stores found in One New Change, the City’s only shopping mall, Clerkenwell and St Paul’s offer numerous independent boutiques for those wanting something a bit special.
Barts Square is extraordinarily well served by a multitude of transport links and just moments from Farringdon Station which, with the opening of The Elizabeth Line at the end of 2019, will become London’s best connected transport hub.
|WALKING TIMES||CROSSRAIL TRAVEL TIMES|
|FARRINGDON STATION (CROSSRAIL), 1 MIN||TOTTENHAM COURT ROAD, 2 MINS|
|THE CITY, 3 MINS||LIVERPOOL STREET STATION, 2 MINS|
|BARBICAN UNDERGROUND STATION, 3 MINS||BOND STREET, 4 MINS|
|ST PAUL’S UNDERGROUND STATION, 4 MINS||CANARY WHARF, 8 MINS|
|CITY THAMESLINK, 5 MINS||PADDINGTON, 8 MINS|
|ST PAUL’S, 3 MINS||STRATFORD, 10 MINS|
|FARRINGDON STATION, 5 MINS||HEATHROW, 37 MINS|
Interiors are an essay in space, light and texture. Warm timber, polished marble and smooth stone sit side by side to create a palette that is considered and welcoming.
The rich grain and texture of the existing environment flows through every room, helping to create living spaces of effortless urban elegance. A marriage of refined aesthetics and sense of place.
An elegantly furnished, spacious private lounge opens onto the tranquil courtyard garden, while generous seating invites visitors to linger in the bar. The private cinema room can be booked by residents for the ultimate movie night with friends.
Barts Square operates a 24 hour concierge service to address all residents’ queries, questions and requests. Located on the ground floor of Hogarth House the team are always on hand to provide a warm welcome home.
Below the concierge in Hogarth House, the residents’ private cinema room offers the place to watch the latest blockbuster, re-watch an Indie classic or have everyone round for the match. Residents can book the room for private events via the online residents portal.
Barts Square boasts two secluded residents' gardens; the Middlesex Passage gardens accessed through the residents' lounge and a secluded courtyard tucked between Abernethy House and the Askew Building. Each is organically landscaped for lasting tranquillity.
Adjacent to the screening room, Barts Square's beautifully designed bar is a great place to book for a party or to have a quiet drink with a friend. It is your very own exclusive (BYOB) member's club on your doorstep.Disclaimer
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The retail space in Phase One of Barts Square is fully let to Stem + Glory plant-based restaurant & bar and Halfcup café.
One of the Phase Two retail units has been let, and the remaining five retail units are currently being marketed.
The landscaping of the new public square is complete, offering extensive public amenity.
Via Helical Report and Accounts for the year ending 31 March 2021.
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