36 Danbury Street is a beautiful ground and lower ground floor office set within a period Georgian terrace in a quiet street just off the regent's canal in Islington. Sitauted in between Noel Street and St Peter's Street and a short walk to Upper Street where one can find the fantastic shops, restaurants and bars and also Angel tube station. Also a short walk to City Road providing easy links to Shoreditch, Clerkenwell and beyond.
The office itself has been lovingly refurbished by the new owners who have paid particular attention to finishes ensuring the premises provide a unique working environment. With new parquet wooden floor throughout m, beautiful fireplace and large shop style windows to the front and more windows to the rear, wc and bathroom to the half landing and kitchen, vault storage and additional WC. Furthermore the lower ground leads out to a private courtyard with outbuilding providing more storage opportunities.
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