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Exchange Court at www.exchangecourt-london.co.uk

Exchange Court at www.exchangecourt-london.co.uk

Screen capture: June 25, 2014

Exchange Court

Address:
1-5 Exchange Court, London WC2R 0PQ
Type:
Residential
Flats:
9
Viewed:
1939

Description of Exchange Court

Exchange Court is a restored 17th century building situated between the Strand and Maiden Lane in London WC2.

The development comprises 8 apartments and one penthouse with roof terrace.

By June 18, 2014, 50% of the apartments were sold prior to launch. Prices in June 2014 started from £895,000.[1]

The nearest underground station is Charing Cross - just 6 minutes' walk.

For more information and sales contacts please visit www.exchangecourt-london.co.uk.

Sources:
1. Homes & Property, Evening Standard 18. July 2014 www.standard.co.uk

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News & Comments: (2)

Buildington
2014/11/29 14:36

The building dates from the 1630s, helping to form a secluded passageway between Covent Garden and The Strand. Hadley Property Group’s Andy Portlock says the scheme represents “the best of both worlds – the original features and the characters of the traditional buildings alongside modern convenience”.

CBRE UK Residential is asking £1.15m for a one-bedroom apartment set over the ground and lower ground floors.

Read more from Financial Times - West End’s best end: Soho and Covent Garden attract new audience by Caroline Thorpe www.ft.com 28.11.2014

Buildington
2014/06/26 01:17

Exchange Court off Strand in London WC2 - New on Buildington!

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