Based around a garden court, Lincoln Square comprises of four wings: North, East, South, and West. Many apartments have exquisite, uninterrupted views of the old Land Registry building, New Square Chambers, LSE library and the Royal Courts of Justice.
- Dedicated amenities level spread over 1,600+ sq metres (17,000+ sq feet)
- Private garden court with 860+ sq metres (9,000+ sq feet) of landscaping.
The inner apartments enjoy floor to ceiling, windows that highlight the serenity and privacy of the garden court, whereas the treetops and green lawns of Lincoln’s Inn Fields – home to the Sir John Soane’s Museum, a must-see for any art enthusiast – can be seen from the private terraces and balconies on the north exterior façade. Select residences enjoy private gardens or terraces, as well as street access front doors.
The central courtyard at Lincoln Square is ablaze with seasonal colour, scent, and texture.
The garden provides an oasis that can be viewed from many of the apartments, with the large lawn bordered by ornamental trees and plants, fountains and sculptural seating.
Within this tranquil space are areas to play, enjoy informal summer gatherings, or find secluded, shady spots for quiet contemplation.