About the building
Jackson and Joseph building is a very characteristic 1930’s Art Deco building, pretty unique for this location, which was originally designed and used as a warehouse. When it was converted for residential use, the spacious apartments in the building were designed to benefit from double height ceilings and attractive industrial features. The apartments offer secluded outside spaces in the patios at the back surrounded by Georgian houses, which give them a very special contrasting feeling combining buildings of different eras. The building is also very discreet. The front entrance provides access to the flats via a secluded walkway with greenery which does not reveal the wow factor you will encounter when entering the apartment.
About the apartment
This is an authentic triplex loft apartment will everything you would expect from a luxury home. The apartment is discreetly nestled at the rear of the building, extending over lower ground, ground and first floors. The front door leads to a monumental room extending to 45 ft in length with a ceiling height of over 3.5 meters.
This immense room is a blank canvass for a new owner to create the perfect entertaining space, leading directly onto a courtyard garden as well as a gallery which overlooks the kitchen/breakfast room below. The first floor hosts two enormous double bedrooms both with en-suite bathrooms as well as a guest cloakroom.
About the area
Spitalfields is an ever-popular global shopping destination in its own merit. The successful conversion of the old Spitalfields market, now hosting trendy restaurants, food and fashion stalls and wide range of contemporary retailers, combines perfectly with the Old Truman Brewery and Brick Lane area, populated with vintage fashion shops, art and music venues and restaurants catering for a younger audience. The area is also full of history and came to notoriety thanks to a buoyant silk industry when the Huguenots settled into the area in the late 1600’s and the Irish weavers in the mid 1700’s.
In more recent years the area became home of illustrious residents, from renowned artists such as Tracey Emin and Gilbert & George, to global corporate leaders like Dame Inga Beale, CEO of Lloyds of London. The Brick Lane and Fournier Street Conservation Area is a popular filming location as it retains some of the best-preserved examples of East London’s Georgian architecture. In addition, it hosts some of the most architecturally engaging homes and buildings in London, with the Truman building, Dennis Severs’ House and Spitalfields market all a moment away.
About the location
Spitalfields has a thriving community and is conveniently a short walk away from The City’s financial district and the East London Tech City also known as Tech City and Silicon roundabout. The area offers some of the best yet most diverse choice of restaurants in London, with the option to eat a la carte to the very best street food. You will not have to worry about transport as Liverpool Street Station (Central, Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City underground lines) as well as mainline is a few minutes-walk away.