The flat totals in excess of 1050 square feet and boasts high ceilings and wooden flooring throughout. The living room is a bright and generously proportioned open-plan lounge/diner/kitchen with large modern sash windows which lead out onto a balcony.
There is a lovely sense of the original industrial building with the finish from the Nordlux Tribeca pendants and allowing the boiler flu to be exposed as a feature. The fully integrated kitchen includes all brand-new appliances and a Slab Tech Marmo Venato work surface.
The second bedroom/study draws borrowed light from the lounge, comfortably fits a double bed with side tables and houses its own built in wardrobe. Opposite the guest bedroom/study is a wet room styled bathroom with unique art-deco styled tiles by Apavisa and industrial styled Crosswater Union Brushed black chrome taps harking back to the original character of the building itself.
A utility closet is also found off the hallway which houses the boiler, heating systems, and water pressure tanks in addition to being useful for storage.
At the end of the hall is a generously proportioned master bedroom with the matt black finished sash windows once again and an abundance of natural light. The master bedroom connects to an en-suite bathroom with another walk-in shower.
There is no shortage of bars, pubs, restaurants, cafés and eateries around with the delights of Upper Street, Shoreditch and Whitecross food market all within walking distance.
The closest stations are Old Street is 0.3 Miles away for the Northern Line whilst Barbican Station is only 0.7 miles away offering access to the Hammersmith & City, District and Circle lines. (Liverpool Street Station for the Circle line and highly anticipated Cross Rail is less than 1 mile away.)