A truly, fantastic three bedroom conversion of unique and refined character over the entire third floor of this historic warehouse. The live/work loft apartment has a quadruple aspect, with large original Crittall windows running all around the perimeter of the building, bringing considerable light into the open-plan configuration. Soft, green plaster walls echo the rare and verdant views offered over the treetops and square and St Leonard’s Church.
The beautifully crafted interior of this lateral loft space of 2850sqft, is the work of celebrated designers Chan and Eayrs. Within this outstanding home, every architectural element, detail and object has been uniquely designed and choreographed by this husband and wife duo. From the patterned hand made Beldi tiled floors to the bespoke joinery and the hand woven green linen shutters; the interiors of this space are impeccable and complete. Recently featured in The New York Times T magazine as well as Times Luxx, which is testament to the calibre of this space. Thus it must really be seen to be appreciated.
Shoreditch itself is equally exciting. The area is vibrant and creative and the loft is steps away from Shoreditch House, the Ace hotel and the Boundary hotel, a multitude of great restaurants such great as Lyles, Dishoom, The Clove Club, Tramshed and Moritos (to name just a handful), as well as iconic fashion boutiques like Blue Mountain School and Browns on Redchurch Street.
The closest green spaces are adjacent to the loft around St Leonard’s church, around the corner at Arnold circus or a five minute walk to Allen’s gardens or Columbia road. The closest parks are Haggerston Park, Shoreditch Park or Weavers fields which are all a 15 minute walk from the loft.
Shoreditch High Street (east London line) is the closest tube station. The city of London, historic Spitalfields and Liverpool Street (central, Hammersmith and city, metropolitan, circle and district and the Elizabeth line) are also just a ten minute walk from here, which benefits from Crossrail links to the west end in less than ten minutes. Old street (northern line) is also under ten minutes walk away.