We have fallen in love with the spectacular views from this 34th floor Barbican apartment, in fact we lost count of the numerous London landmarks that we could see.
The Barbican is considered to be one of London’s most important examples of concrete, brutalist architecture, designed by the renowned Architect practice Chamberlain, Powell which has a strong influence of Le Corbusier design.
Grade II listed, The Barbican is still the most sought after residential development within The Corporation of London attracting all walks of life from academics, architects, fashion designers, lawyers and bankers to name but a few.
Its central gardens and lake offer a serene calmness whilst living in the middle of The City, close to London’s financial and legal districts as well as moments from Clerkenwell, which globally has the largest concentration of architect practises.
The Barbican Centre which is part of the Global Cultural Districts Network is the largest performing Art Centre in Europe, hosting music concert, art exhibitions and film screenings.
This fine example of a Barbican Tower apartment on the 34th Floor, known as a Type 2B, offers the most wonderful panoramic view of the London skyline comprising three bedrooms, bathroom, shower room, large dual aspect reception room, kitchen, utility cupboard and access to external space.
Many of the original Barbican features still exist such as the kitchen, bathrooms, cupboards and wardrobes.
Cromwell Tower which was completed in 1973, is conveniently located for both Barbican and Moorgate Underground Stations (Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan and Circle Lines) and a short walk away from Whitecross street with it superb restaurants and Waitrose supermarket.
A superb example and rare Barbican apartment.