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Former Children's School Comes Back to Life as a $2.4M Flat

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Built in 1853 as a children's school and converted into a series of rather posh, airy apartments in 1991 (sorry kids,) this Tudor-style listing in London offers a combination of historic architecture—preserved from the roof trusses and iron columns right down to the and ground-floor spaces that were formerly classrooms—combined with handsome, minimalist updates. On the market for $2.4M, the brokerbabble-described "oasis of calm" sits inside a lush walled garden, and boasts three bedrooms and 2,637-square-feet, all centered around a bright white living room space. Upstairs, a mezzanine level office overlooks the vast first floor and leads up to a rooftop terrace. Take a peek:

· Canterbury Crescent
London [The Modern House]
· A London Flat in a Former Victorian School [Architectural Digest]
· All Conversions posts [Curbed National]