The Penthouse & Terrace Collection
The Penthouse and Terrace Collection apartments each have unique outlook over the London’s skyline; a rare opportunity to reside with views of the Shard, the Gherkin and St Paul’s Cathedral and so close to the historic Victorian gothic architecture of the Royal Courts of Justice. Each interior has been designed to reflect the capitals heritage with materials inspired by the area including wooden floors and bespoke veined marble features made by the finest craftsmen.
The Terrace Collection
Named after the neighbouring Somerset House, home of the Courtauld gallery and Sir John Soane’s Museum of antique curiosities, the Somerset and Soane Terrace apartments are situated on the seventh floor of Lincoln Square. The properties are sized from 1,998 square feet (186 square meters), each with an outdoor space from 1,311 square feet (122 square meters) making them almost as large as the apartments themselves. Both feature a master bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe, two other bedrooms, all en-suite, a magnificent kitchen and stunning sitting room.
The Penthouse Collection
The Penthouse Collection features four residences, Lincoln and Chambers – which have their own private elevators – and Tudor and Montague situated over eighth and ninth floors of Lincoln Square. Each of the residences feature a master bedroom, two further bedrooms all en-suite, a study/fourth bedroom and expansive open plan living and dining spaces decorated with premium finishes such as black French marble in the entrance halls. The living areas open up onto the terraces – between all four Penthouses there is 5,500 square feet (511 square meters) of east-facing outdoor space to view beautiful sunrises over the city.
A stroll-away from the River Thames, the luxurious development of apartments is uniquely positioned between vibrant Covent Garden and the City. The surrounding streets with a rich and colourful history have inspired the greatest British writers including Shakespeare, Dickens – who was a resident of the area – and Pepys, making this London’s literary and intellectual heart as well as the Royal Opera House and plethora of theatres. And not to be forgotten restaurants such as Balthazar, Spring at Somerset House, Holborn Dining Room at the Rosewood Hotel and The Delaunay serves the area with many fine-dining opportunities.
10-storey new build residential development comprises studio, one, two, three and four bedroom apartments and penthouses. Marketed by Knight Frank and CBRE. Some residences enjoy private gardens or terraces, as well as street access front doors.
Amenities include a concierge, gym, 25m swimming pool, sauna, spa, cinema (for 24 people), private dining room, residents' club room and library.
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