Princelet Street, E1 £1,795,000
2 Bedroom Flat
- 2097 Sq ft - 195 Sq m
- Outstanding Loft Apartment
- 45 ft - 14 m Reception Room
- Two double Bedrooms
EXTRAORDINARY SPITALFIELDS LOFT APARTMENT
Built in the 1930's this Art Deco near symmetrical former textiles and clothing warehouse is one of the most spectacular homes available in Spitalfields.
Discreetly and quietly located to the rear of the building one enters this former factory via a charming pathway and into the most impressive reception room with a ceiling height of over 3.5 meters.
This immense room is the perfect entertaining space, leading directly onto a courtyard garden as well as a gallery which overlooks the kitchen/breakfast room below. On the first floor there are two huge double bedrooms both with en suite bathrooms as well as a guest cloakroom.
The buildings history mirrors the historic association that Spitalfields has with the 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 this creative flair has continued to populate Spitalfields with Tracey Emin, Gilbert & George and the famous "Brit-Art" movement settling in Spitalfields, transforming the area into the most creative corner of the capital.
The Brick Lane and Fournier Street Conservation Area retains 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.
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.