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Lambert Jones Mews

Barbican, EC2Y


  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 1 reception

An impressive mews house nestled within the residents only gardens on the Grade II listed Barbican Estate. The house is one of only eight, with four bedrooms, and a further bedroom/study created from the garage. The house benefits from a roof terrace overlooking the residents gardens, galley kitchen and mezzanine dining area.

The reception room has a double height window overlooking the gardens that allows an abundance of natural light into the reception and dining area. The open tread staircase is still in place.

On the ground floor you will find two/three bedrooms with the bedroom to the rear laid out as a study, and access onto the gardens directly from the second bedroom, there is a separate bathroom and wc on this floor.

The kitchen can be found on the first floor with most of the original Brooke Marine features and separate dining area. There are a further two bedrooms on this floor with the bedroom to the rear overlooking the gardens and another bathroom.

Both parking and storage is available on the estate by separate negotiation, there are two storage units on the terrace.

Named after Richard Lambert Jones, Lambert Jones was elected Common Councilman for Cripplegate Without in 1819. He remained a Councilman until his death. His principal claim to fame is that it was his efforts which led to the establishment of the Guildhall Library.

There are a number of nurseries on the Barbican estate and in the immediate vicinity along with the City of London School for Girls. Shopping facilities can be found on Whitecross Street with a full size Waitrose and Cheapside.

Within walking distance of Barbican Farringdon and St.Pauls stations with access to the Elizabeth line, and Thameslink.


Contact the Barbican, City & Clerkenwell office


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