New homes in London: St Mary At Hill

Invest in a city-centre crash pad in EC3 and avoid all future Tube strikes.
Commuters “waste” nearly two million hours each month due to industrial action, security alerts and broken-down or unavailable trains, according to the Greater London Authority.

And, with the regular threat of Tube strikes, there has never been a better reason to invest in a city-centre crash pad. Walking to work from Square Mile homes can be the solution to getting around strikes. At St Mary At Hill, tucked away in an EC3 conservation area between Monument and the Bank of England, 10 flats have been carved from a listed maritime insurance building.
Flats at St Mary At Hill are tucked away in an EC3 conservation area

The prestigious scheme comes with a marbled entrance foyer, and flats feature either terrace or courtyard space. Prices from £850,000. Call Galliard on 020 7620 1500.

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