Although the design of the building appears to be 18th century it is in fact late Victorian, even the reproduction half-timbered façade. The work was commissioned by the then owner and entrepreneur Frederick Stanley in the late 1890s, following a popular Victorian trend of imitating the timbered style of several centuries earlier. Allegedly the headless ghost of a cavalier haunts the cellar.
We are pleased to host you in this romantic apartment:
2 full bedrooms (one en- suite bath), 3 bathrooms, kitchen, dining area, located at the 3rd floor (without elevator) in front of Royal Court of Justice, immediately off Fleet Street, just a step away from the Thames riverbanks.