Adjacent to London’s legal precinct and is also within walking distance (200m to Drury Lane) of London’s famous theatre district and the Royal Opera at Covent Garden, where world-leading cultural and dining destinations abound in this prime location. The London School of Economics and Kings College London are both a block away.
Lincoln’s Inn Fields is behind the building and can be accessed from the hotel entrance. One of the largest public squares in London the park was first laid out in the 1630s.
The park offers Tennis courts, monuments, and a bandstand as well as plenty of areas to relax in green surroundings. There are fabulous scenic walks along the River Thames at the bottom of the road.
A superb two bedroom lateral apartment in a well maintained period building in Central London.
42 Kingsway is a Grade II listed former office block built around 1908 with façade and hall designed by renowned English architect, Edwin Lutyens.
The apartment is located on the third floor of the building which can be accessed via lift from the smartly presented communal lobby. Internally the flat is approximately 1,543 sqft with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a generous dual-aspect lounge and kitchen.
This apartment is serviced by video intercom-automated entry system. To maintain the perfect temperature, the apartment has both underfloor and hydronic heating and air conditioning zones and cable TV and broadband access are in place for work and entertainment. A roof top terrace is shared with only three other apartments with views over central London.
Residents of the building have access to the adjoining Club Quarters hotel which is entered from Lincoln's Inn Fields located at the rear side of the building. Benefits include use of gym, restaurant, cocktail lounge and 24 hour service desk.
The property is offered with no chain.