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The interior photos are from a model apartment in the building. The model apartment is representative of both the quality and style of apartments offered at this location. Description, floor plan and photos are for reference purposes only. Actual apartment's dimensions, layouts and furniture may vary.
Welcome to the City of London, London’s financial district and home to the critically acclaimed skyscrapers that make up London’s iconic skyline, in this fully furnished one bedroom vacation rental on Glasshouse Yard and Goswell Road. This flat is equipped with an in-house washer/dryer, and is situated in a handicap accessible elevator building with an enviable Central London location.
Wall-to-wall windows open the living room with bright natural light, while the modern furniture contributes a contemporary vibe to the room. Furnished with a sofa, two chairs, a coffee table, dining table with seating for four, and a flat screen TV, this room is the perfect place to sit back and relax after a day exploring London. The living room leads into your open kitchen, with wrap-around sleek white cabinetry, the room is equipped with everything you need to try your hand at preparing some classic British cuisine, including a fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven, toaster, and microwave. The master bedroom has a full-sized bed with bedding, large window, and side table with lighting.
Home to the London Stock Exchange, the City of London houses a striking contrast of old world architecture mixed in with avant-garde skyscrapers, making for a truly stunning and unique skyline. Known for its notoriously high-class residents, there is no shortage of designer labels and gold-gilded gates in this luxurious part of town. Enjoy some drinks at The Fence (0.4 mi/644 m), a modern pub with a Mediterranean-style menu and a decked outdoor garden with its own separate bar. Walk down the road and experience some British history at the Museum of the Order of Saint John (0.3 mi/483 m), located in the 16th-century gatehouse that was formerly the southern entrance to the Priory of the Medieval Order of St John, this museum contains furniture, paintings, silver, coins and medals relating to the knights' history. An interactive gallery uses multimedia exhibits to tell the story of St John's Ambulance, founded by the British Order of St John in 19th century. Across the street, you will find Exhibit (276 ft/84 m), an experimental art space in a 1950’s building that works with emerging London artists on pieces and events.
The subway at Barbican (470 ft/143 m) connects you to the Circle, Hammersmith & City, and Metropolitan lines.