Situated on the corner of Farringdon Road and Ray Street, the building is in the heart of Farringdon and Clerkenwell’s lively social scene. There is a diverse mix of restaurants, bars, hotels, gyms and cultural amenities.
Constructed in 1865, the building was originally known as The Ray Street Type Foundry.
It is now a Grade II listed building and home to a variety of office users who all own part of this historic building.
The offices are located on the upper ground level with window frontage to Farringdon Road.
Farringdon (Circle, Elizabeth, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines and National Rail)
Kings Cross St Pancras (Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria lines, National Rail and Eurostar)
Chancery Lane Station (Central line)
• Double height space in part
• Original warehouse features
• Exposed wooden beams
• Exposed steel columns
• Air conditioning
• Perimeter trunking
• Wooden flooring
• Glass partitioned meeting rooms
• Entryphone system
The property is held on a 999 year lease from June 2004, approximately 981 years remain.
£1,625,000 plus VAT
£790 per sq. ft.
Interested parties should verify this with The London Borough of Islington.
Approximate floor area
Property Misdescriptions act 1991 / Misdescriptions Act 1967. Anton Page LLP for themselves and for the vendors of this property whose agents they are, give notice that: These particulars do not form any part of any offer or contract: the statements contained therein are issued without responsibility on part of the firm or their clients and therefore are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact, any intending purchaser must satisfy himself as to the correctness of each statement made herein: and the vendor does not make or give, and neither the firm nor any of their employees have the authority to make or give, any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property. All prices exclude VAT.