A superb little studio has recently come onto the market, located on one of Roman London’s most prestigious roads, the Via Decumana. It is in a lovely condition for its age, and is a great project for those with an interest in restoration.
Key features include:
- Sub circular floor plan
- 3.5m in diameter
- Domed roof
- Close access to fresh running water
- Solid clay flooring throughout
- Well insulated walls (Energy rating A)
This trendy late 1st century property boasts a 360 degree uninterrupted view of the Walbrook Valley. With it’s retro circular design and lovely domed roof, it certainly stands out among its rectangular timber neighbours.
You won’t have to worry about hollow plasterboard walls here, as this building was constructed from solid tile and clay, finished with a rustic wattle exterior.
Centrally located in London’s vibrant industrial area, you’ll find yourself within easy walking distance of the Poultry shopping complex, local temples, amenities, transport links and the Walbrook river.
The property is currently derelict and has no obvious function. There have been a number of renovations over the years, and there is some evidence of burning but nothing too hot!
All in all the perfect blank canvas for anyone with vision and DIY skills! It could be transformed into a lovely workshop, a bakery oven, or even a kiln – all suggestions considered!