Frank Harris and Co’s Bloomsbury & Kings Cross office are selling a five-storey freehold Georgian house in Coptic Street, WC1 – a London thoroughfare known for its famous Dairy Supply Company building. At the corner of Coptic Street and Little Russell Street in Bloomsbury, this was actually Pizza Express’ second restaurant and has beautiful lettering on its wall.
The property is currently laid out with two bedroom suites on the upper floors with generous living and entertainment space on the ground and first floor. The kitchen and dining space are on the entire lower ground floor which is lit by the atrium. It has has many period features and would respond well to some updating. It is one of an adjacent pair which can be bought together or separately at £1.8 million each. For more information click here.
Coptic Street runs between Great Russell Street and New Oxford Street. The nearest Underground stations are Tottenham Court Road, Holborn, Covent Garden and Russell Square, while there is good access to the British Museum and Covent Garden.