Grade II-listed home built overlooking St Paul’s Cathedral after on the market for £3million


A 17th century five-bedroom house built with views overlooking St Paul’s Cathedral, built following the Great Fire of London, has gone on the market for £3million.

The Grade-II property in Carter Lane, central London, is set over six floors and comes with its own roof terrace, five en-suite bedrooms, two kitchens and retractable skylights. 

The house, which pre-dates the nearby cathedral and is one of the oldest buildings on the road, has recently undergone a meticulous renovation project to…



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