Bloomsbury Collection website in July 2012

Bloomsbury Collection website in July 2012

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Bloomsbury Collection

8-10 Wakefield Street, London WC1N 1PH

Description of Bloomsbury Collection

Bloomsbury Collection is a development of 3 new houses in Bloomsbury designed by architect Piercy Conner.

Numbers 8, 9 and 10 Wakefield Street are a collection of three elegant new townhouses in the heart of Bloomsbury.

One of the few new developments in this location for over a century, these houses have been designed to the highest standards, blending the latest in contemporary design whilst remaining sensitive to the historical heritage of the area.

The houses proudly sit at the entrance to St. George's Gardens, one of London's hidden gems. This little oasis with its sensory garden is a peaceful retreat in the middle of the busy city.

Meticulous attention to detail is apparent in every aspect of the interior and exterior of these houses. The palette is luxurious with bespoke joinery, hand-made staircases and natural wood floors. From the fully fitted luxury kitchens with Miele appliances to the beautifully appointed Porcelonosa bathrooms, every attention to detail has been made with the home owner in mind.

Modern convenience is also at hand with air conditioning in all the master bedrooms and a complete digital infrastructure built into every house which allows you to enjoy the benefits of the latest audio visual and computing technology.


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The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Russell Square Underground Station
Heathcote Street
17, 46

News: (1)

Bloomsbury Collection - new development of three houses in Bloomsbury.

08/07/2012 14:37 by Buildington

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