Lombard Lane is one of the historic streets running between Fleet Street and the River Thames, an area which was laid out in the late 17th Century following the Great Fire of London.
For centuries, Fleet Street has been the main thoroughfare between the legal and commercial centres of the city. In those days, Lombard Lane provided access to the relatively swift transport offered by the river’s boatmen, as well as to the thriving entertainment and market areas on its banks.
Today, Lombard Lane is a calm, cobbled street skirting the law district known as Middle Temple, with its stone medieval buildings and delightful hidden courtyard gardens. The building itself, containing just 9 one and two-bedroom apartments, has been refurbished to a very high specification, with elegant fittings and tasteful neutrals throughout. Thoughtful space planning and attention to detail have created truly outstanding homes in an unrivalled location.