Set in the heart of Holloway, The Beaux-Arts Building was built-in approximately 1909 as the Money Order Office for the Post Office and was designed in the classic Edwardian style. Owing to the nature of work architects ensured the building was flooded with natural light and recognizing an opportunity to create a truly incredible residential development, the building was converted in the 1990s into luxury flats, with high ceilings, galleries and amazing rooftop views of Holloway. The flat is on the fourth floor and benefits from lift access in addition to those all incompassing rooftop southerly views from the two double bedrooms and the open plan kitchen/reception. There is also a large family bathroom and ample storage throughout the flat, but perhaps most notable is the sheer volume on offer, with wonderfully high ceilings and proportioned rooms. Residents further benefit from a large South facing roof terrace in addition to 2 equally impressive well-tendered courtyard gardens. The addition of a 24 concierge means there′s no need to wait at home for that all-important delivery and for those wanting a morning work out or perhaps evening vent, there are even a resident′s gym, sauna and steam room.