Fleet street is a premium triplex apartment offering private floors to each bedroom. The apartment is on the first floor with stairs leading three floors down. The bottom floor is one level below ground with a small private outdoor courtyard.
The entrance leads into the kitchen and living area. There is medium sized counter space with seating for four. The kitchen area has an electric hob, under the cabinet extraction fan, Siemens gas hob and broiler, and full-sized refrigerator and freezer.
The kitchen area is self-contained with very little clutter. The wall to wall cabinets keep all the crockery and cutlery hidden. The living area has a full-sized sofa, glass living room table, and 35-inch flat screen TV with freeview.
Both bedrooms are full-sized doubles with ample closet space. There are full sized bathrooms on these floors with a half bathroom on the main floor.
Fleet Street is in the City of London, technically a city within a city. Its roots trace back to the Roman era as seen at London Wall. The city of London has a separate governance than the rest of the city. The boundaries of the city bear black bollards with the City’s emblem and by dragon boundary marks at major entrances including Holborn. Fleet Street is the lifeblood of London’s print and newspaper industries. In 1500 the first print shop was setup here paving the way for London’s first newspaper and later all of the conglomerates. The neighbouring pubs were known for their journalist crowd, still popular today.
Natural Kitchen, Hilliard, Jamies wine bar, The Harrow, Hack & Hop, The Tipperary, and The Old Bell Tavern are blocks away. Many other restaurants, shops and pubs can be found on Fleet street.
Temple tube station, three blocks away, makes connections to the Circle and District Lines. Blackfriars station, five blocks away, makes the same connections, as well as to Thameslink and Southeastern trains.