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Wesley Court, Hanbury Street, Spitalfields E1

Wesley Court is the new name given to Hanbury Hall, a Grade II listed hall, built in 1719 as a French Huguenot church and later the centre stage for Charles Dickens and John Wesley, who both spoke there.

 
The building has been sympathetically redeveloped by Thornsett Living Ltd, to provide 7 residential apartments and a community hall over the ground and first floors.  Nestled in the heart of Spitalfields, E1, on bustling Hanbury Street, the development is set amongst beautiful townhouses, converted warehouses and boutique shops.

Each apartment has been designed in order to take advantage of the existing architectural features, with some apartments having double height ceilings, others being duplex units and three offering small private terraces.


With contemporary finishes throughout, they will offer the perfect balance for someone seeking the character of a conversion, but with all the modern day comforts of a newly built apartment.

Spitalfields is one of East London’s most sought-after addresses.  Not only is it exceptionally close to Liverpool Street and the City – approximately 15 minute walk, it resides alongside Shoreditch, home to an increasing number of acclaimed restaurants, excellent bars, design hotels and members’ clubs and high-end fashion retailers.