A Grade II listed building in the historic heart of London, Salisbury House is an elegant period property overlooking Finsbury Circus, the largest garden square in the city. Dating all the way back to 1901, Salisbury House has had several former lives including as a hospital and even a vault for international jewellery shippers. A stone’s throw from Moorgate tube and just five minutes from Liverpool Street station, Salisbury House is super easy to get to and will soon be right on the Crossrail route when the new Elizabeth Line opens.
With eight floors of refurbished offices to choose from, the charming characterful building also has spacious lounge areas, comfortable meeting rooms and, perhaps most impressive of all, an incredible roof terrace with the kind of skyline city views normally reserved for swanky rooftop cocktail bars.
Start your day with a flat white from speciality roasters London Grade Coffee or Grind over on Broadgate Circle and sip it while looking out over town and catching up on emails on the terrace.