62 Halliford Street is a collection of two modern townhouses designed by an award-winning international architect. Both properties, which are striking and contemporary in design, are located in the heart of one of London’s most vibrant and exclusive areas—Islington. Islington is considered to be one of the premium and most attractive places to live in London. The area is famous for its many parks and green spaces, bars and gastro pubs, restaurants, high end shops, local theatres, museums and transport links to The City of London, Canary Wharf and the West End of London. The properties are conveniently situated within close proximity to boutique shops and restaurants of Upper St, Islington to the West, Shoreditch to the East and Dalston to the North.
Two- or three-bedroom, three-bathroom modern townhouse. The exclusive and contemporary semi-detached modern townhouse has three stories and two areas of outdoor space. The property features well-planned living accommodation on the ground and lower ground floors, with each floor offering ample living and entertainment spaces. Total internal square area is 1,560 sq. ft. and total external square area is 388 sq. ft.
Three-bedroom, three-bathroom modern townhouse. This modern and chic townhouse has two stories with a 300 sq. ft. private roof terrace on the top floor. The property is full of natural light, with each of the three bedrooms having access to outdoor space. Total internal square area is 1,613 sq. ft. and total external square area is 407 sq. ft.
Unit 1: GBP 2.25 million ($3.54 million)
Unit 2: GBP 2.35 million ($3.7 million)
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This article was first published in Palace.