A flat in an Art Deco mansion block that was the fictional home of TV detective Hercule Poirot has gone up for rent for £1,950 a month.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The 612 sq ft one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment sits on the ground floor of Florin Court, a Grade II-listed building on the eastern side of Charterhouse Square in Central London.
Its Art Deco exterior became known as Whitehaven Mansions, the home of the Belgian detective in the ITV series that ran from 1989 to 2013.
Florin Court was built in 1936 by Guy Morgan & Partners. It sits on the eastern side of Charterhouse Square in Central London
The ground floor flat is in a Grade II-listed building that boasts Art Deco motifs and has been used in numerous TV shows
The sleek, black kitchen rests against the wall of the open plan reception area, between the study and double bedroom
Producers chose the building for its symmetry, and a number of interior shots were used as well.
Upon entering, visitors are met with a full bathroom to the left and a closet to the right.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The entrance leads straight into the open plan