Live near the Royal Courts of Justice in Holborn

New boutique apartments are being built in London's oldest live-work estate, near the Royal Courts of Justice, Inner and Middle Temple.
Near the Royal Courts of Justice, Inner and Middle Temple, pictured, form London's oldest live-work estate. For centuries, barristers and lawyers have lived over the shop in chambers, but with the arrival of global law and accountancy firms, the wider Holborn legal district is changing and modern apartments are being built for the area's high-earning career professionals.

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From £1,325,000: 76 flats, a residents club and access to private gardens at St Dunstan's Court.
Many are niche developments of boutique flats, in keeping with the area's individuality, but bigger projects are under way, including St Dunstan's Court, above, in Fetter Lane. This is a redevelopment of an outdated office block and provides 76 flats, a residents club and access to private gardens. Homes have a view of listed Maughan Library, part of King's College, and its cloistered courtyard. Prices start from £1,325,000.
At Star Yard, tucked away between Lincoln's Inn Fields and Chancery Lane, a 19th-century warehouse has been transformed into a 3,000sq ft townhouse. The price is £4.4 million.

Coming soon to Breams Buildings, meanwhile, another medieval lane, is a conversion of a handsome period building into nine apartments. Call Jackson-Stops & Staff on 020 7664 6649 

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