With no expense spared, this bespoke Eighteenth Century Spitalfields Townhouse is the peak of perfection and has been lovingly restored to it's former glory featuring contemporary twists including a 'living wall', Architect designed full length retracting glass roof and five floors of defined luxury and pure style.
Staying true to the original Georgian theme, upon entering the house the sheer sense of the delicate renovation process undertaken can be seen throughout the 3,300+ sqft of living space and is clear from each strip of oak flooring on the ground and upper floors having been restored to such an extent that they are smooth to the touch with a matte finish, to the reconditioning of the classic wooden panelling on the internal walls. However do not be mistaken, by following the glass balustrade down into the basement be prepared for a lasting impression. Light beams down on you from the glass retractable roof, the stunning 'living wall' instantly grasps your attention and the polished poured resin floor reemphasises the seamless design. Designed as one complete, open plan living space incorporating a large high spec kitchen complete with all appliances, walk-in utility room and plenty of work space, there is also a spacious lounge and a practical dining area overlooked by the glass roof and 'living wall'.
Throughout this residence there are clever and innovative touches including a dumb waiter that runs up through the house concealed by panelling, ceiling speakers for superb surround sound and even remote controlled black-out blinds in the master-suite. Having had expert input and advise from a renowned interior designer the house is currently furnished with pieces that compliment each and every room, further enhancing living in such an exceptional property.
Spread over the ground floor of the house are two further well proportioned reception rooms (one with a study area), with a dramatic dark colour scheme contrasting with the light matte wood flooring and silver high quality fixtures and fittings they set the tone perfectly for the upper floors. Taking the classic Georgian staircase up to the second & third floors, the lighter theme continues into the four large double bedrooms. All have en-suites, two have identical full white mosaic tiled four piece suite including free standing bath and walk in shower and the other two, a cleverly concealed Vivienne Westwood design walk-in shower and separate WC.
The fourth and final floor is a peaceful oasis. With a dual aspect on the top floor, the spacious master bedroom is light and airy and features a seating area, a walk-in wardrobe leading through to a luxury bathroom with twin showers and access to a small decked private roof terrace with views of the city.
Being tucked away in the very centre of Spitalfields, transport links are inevitably excellent with Liverpool Street Train Station and it's vast network just a few minutes walk away and Bishopsgate/The City just around the corner. Amenities are in their abundance too with fantastic restaurants, bars and boutiques to offer from the likes of the Spitalfields area or up into Central Shoreditch.