Showcasing a development by Hamilton Court Developments, just six outstanding apartments make up The Hudson, all with private outside space. From brass foundry to six urban dwellings, The Hudson is imbued with heritage.
Raw concrete, handmade bricks, Modulnova kitchens and oversized doors, combine to offer a journey from raw to refined living.
This warehouse style 1 bedroom first floor apartment, measures 746sqft and offers flexible living space, allowing the property to be converted into a 2- bedroom, 2- bathroom apartment, once the oversized Crittall style doors are closed.
Linear Modulnova kitchens incorporate open shelving with lacquered storage pods, satin lacquered floor units and Siemens appliances. An under-mounted sink is fitted into ultra-thin (and ultra-cool) Corian worktops, with an induction hob and integrated wine cooler.
Exposed concrete, exposed handmade Petersen bricks, marry alongside touch screen technology and a future proofed audio system, all to be enjoyed in the pared back living room and bedroom.
Bathrooms are fully tiled and have sanitary ware by Duravit, brassware by Hansgrohe or The Watermark Collection, but the talking point has to be the high - level cisterns by Catchpole & Rye, each cast with the Hudson name.
Heating is underfloor and by individual gas boilers, allowing you total control.
The juxtaposition between cutting edge, traditional, tailor made and the industrial - inspired features, is inspired and flows through the apartment. This is Shoreditch in a nutshell.
Shoreditch Overground, Old Street and Liverpool Street stations give travel access to all the major destinations, including the Elizabeth Line at Liverpool Street Station (becoming operational through central London in 2018).
Shoreditch has become popular with London-based web technology companies who base their head offices around Old Street, also known as 'Silicon Roundabout', as coined by David Cameron.
Shoreditch and Hoxton have, in recent years, been gentrified by the creative industries and those who work in them.
Former industrial buildings have been converted to offices and flats, while Curtain Road and Old Street are notable for their crazy clubs and pubs which offer a variety of venues to rival those of the West End.
Art galleries, bars, restaurants, media businesses, cinemas like Richmix and the ultra-comfortable Electric Cinema or the Pillow Cinema are great to hang out in. If all else fails, go to Boxpark - it is 'very Shoreditch'!
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