Situated at 43 Gray’s Inn Road, The Lincolns lie at the heart of highbrow London, surrounded by the city’s most renowned educational institutions, museums, professional associations and cultural edifices.
Take a walk around and discover the impressive array of Georgian garden squares and parks that pepper the neighbourhood. Favourite eateries and high-street names, as well as a Curzon cinema can be found nearby at The Brunswick Centre, not forgetting the world famous collections of The British Museum on Great Russell Street.
A heavyweight postcode, WC1 is eclectic as it is historic.
Located between the learned neighbourhood of Bloomsbury and the hip, and therefore ever-popular, Clerkenwell, The Lincolns offers an unparalleled address, one from which to lead a prime London life.
To the north lies King’s Cross & St. Pancras, home of the Eurostar terminal to mainland Europe and to the south, the professional hub and legal lairs of Fleet Street and Holborn.
Perfectly placed for a short commute to the City, London’s major airports in under an hour and the city’s famed shopping districts between a four to 10-minute tube ride away, The Lincolns are ideally located for those seeking a harmonious work-life balance.
Three separate underground stations within almost equal walking distance grant direct access to the majority of the capital’s tube lines and as of 2018, residents can access the world-class Crossrail system at Farringdon, vaunted to become one of the UK’s busiest railway stations, with access to all three Crossrail lines and direct links to Luton and Gatwick airports.
Within the area known as St. Pancras, The Lincolns is an eleven minute walk from the hub of King’s Cross & St. Pancras, now home to the Eurostar terminal and a 67-acre master regeneration – the largest of its kind to grace Central London in 150 years. Billed to become as popular as London’s recent addition Westfield, residents are set to take advantage of the projected rise in property prices and proximity to London’s next big thing.
A favourite pastime of Londoners, shopping is a serious business and the locality of The Lincolns lends itself to a spot of retail therapy perhaps a little too well.
A few streets away, the stalwart high street stores and restaurants of The Brunswick Centre, to the south the characterful Covent Garden, home to The Royal Opera House, any number of theatres and now the city’s favoured shopping mecca, bustling with independent boutiques, big-name luxury brands and celebrity haunts such as the St Martin’s Lane Hotel and L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon.
And then, to the east, the trailblazing design shops and indie-sellers of Clerkenwell, Old Street, Hoxton and Shoreditch, not forgetting the incredible restaurants of Smithfield Market on the way. Who said you can’t have