Completed in 1729, this historic building was one of London’s last remaining tea warehouses. Formerly owned by East India Tea Company, this building on Creechurch Lane is engulfed with religious history-Britain’s first synagogue, which can be traced back to 1592, and Creechurch Monastery are in the immediate vicinity.
Over the proceeding centuries, the surrounding area has altered significantly to appear congruous with modern developments. Whilst the building has superficially changed, this property has retained much of its uniquely charming architectural integrity. These fully appointed one and two bedroom serviced apartments are ideal city spaces. Comprising of separate living and sleeping areas, each provides privacy and comfort, and is perfectly situated for easy access to the City of London.
The kitchen, which comes fully equipped with all modern amenities, leads into the lounge space which overlooks 30 St Mary Street, known affectionately as ‘The Gherkin’ by locals. The comfortable bedroom is furnished with fine cotton sheets and a large bed while the bathroom contains a power shower over the bathtub.
A short stroll through the city will lead you to the Tower of London, a building that is steeped in historical significance stretching back to the 11th century. Populated by Michelin star restaurants, charming cafes and elegant bars, let the delightful banks of the River Thames regale you with the stories of history.
Aldgate, Liverpool Street, Bank and Tower Hill Tube Stations are all within walking distance and provide access to all of London’s most important business hubs and tourist attractions.