About the Apartment
With an unrivalled specification, the apartment includes comfort cooling, intelligent lighting & entertainment system, Gaggenau kitchen appliances and bespoke joinery throughout. The accommodation is extremely generous with the integrity of the warehouse’s industrial past retained whenever possible.
There is a vast triple aspect reception room with wonderfully high ceilings, seven windows and sympathetically restored ceiling beams. This wonderful entertaining space has been intelligently arranged with living dining and study areas within this immense space whilst leading onto a semi open plan bespoke kitchen and utility room.
The principal bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and opulent ensuite bathroom with a further guest suite with its own bathroom. The apartment offers generous storage as well as a guest cloakroom.
About the Building
Built in 1771 by the East India Company by the celebrated architect Richard Jupp, the building was used to store exotic imports such as spices, teas, silks and cotton from Asia.
The Tapestry building was designed for functionality and practicality and yet it possesses immense character and majesty due to it scale and symmetry. It is by far one of the most beautiful pieces of Georgian architecture found in The City of London, retaining neat Georgian brickwork, beamed ceilings and panelling and it remains as impressive today as it was over two hundred years ago.
About the Area and Transport Links
The location offers excellent transport links with Liverpool Street Underground (Central, Circle, Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan and Elizabeth Lines) and rail station moments away, with Spitalfields Market, The City and numerous excellent shops including the recently open Eataly moments away.