'Infinity House' is a Grade II Listed, Georgian house situated in the heart of Clerkenwell. The front portion of the home is three windows wide, set across five floors of accommodation and its imposing facade gives way to a welcoming entrance hall. There is a double length formal reception room with high ceilings, fire place and a small Wig room at the rear.As you enter through from the Georgian building you are met by the considerable kitchen dining room with glass panel ceiling which can be frosted with the touch of a button via your smartphone. The bespoke Boffi kitchen is complete with Gaggenau and Miele appliances. Toward the rear of the room is a separate WC and ample storage area. A cantilever staircase leads from the kitchen up to a family and TV room with huge windows looking down in to the main house. Further stairs from here lead up to a roof terrace.Designed to integrate inside with outside, there is an open-air courtyard between the old and new sections of the house which is filled with a glorious cherry blossom tree.Moving up the house, the first floor is home to two double bedrooms, one en-suite, with a utility room situated on the half landing. The second floor includes one large master suite linking through to a second bedroom and bathroom, whilst the top floor is a later addition to the original build and features a large open plan master bedroom and bathroom suite with direct access to a small terrace. From the landing is a further stair case leading up on to the larger of the three roof terraces, with spectacular views of the City including St Paul's and The Shard.The lower ground floor completes this front section of the house with a self-contained one bedroom apartment accessed via a separate entrance, ideally suited for staff accommodation.The cleverly excavated basement provides a swimming pool with spa facilities, cinema room and a wine cellar. This impressive house has been envisaged and designed by the current owners, who are both internationally acclaimed designers, while working in close collaboration with award-winning architect James Engel of Spaced Out. 'Infinity House' has also been shortlisted in the Sunday Times British Homes Awards 2016.Britton Street offers a prime position in Clerkenwell which comes with gated underground parking and only a short walk from Farringdon Station with Thameslink and the Underground (Metropolitan, Hammersmith City and Circle line). Furthermore, the introduction of Cross Rail (Elizabeth Line) in 2018 will vastly improve transit times across the Capital and to Heathrow airport. King's Cross/St. Pancras Eurostar terminal is one stop away on either of the underground lines and the City of London and the Thames are both less than a mile away.