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image  Charlotte Road, Shoreditch, London, EC2A

image ££1,000 per week

image 2 BEDROOMS
image Under Offer

Floor area

1,500 sq. ft. (139 sq. m.)


 Available from 25th Sep 2019
 stunning penthouse
 private balcony
 wooden floors

Property Description

This two double bedroom duplex penthouse is located in one of Shoreditch's premier addresses, in the heart of the 'Triangle.'

The apartment has its own entrance on the 1st floor of the building where stairs take you up to a vast 40 foot by 20 foot reception with beautifully appointed open plan kitchen. With high ceilings and a wall of windows along the West elevation bringing in plenty of light, it is a very impressive space, perfect for entertaining. There is also a bathroom and plenty of storage on this level.

Next to the kitchen, an industrial style staircase leads up to the 3rd floor where there are two large double bedrooms.  Both bedrooms have full height sliding bi-fold doors, which lead out onto a private west facing terrace, which catches the afternoon sun.

Both bedrooms have built in wardrobes and the master has a stylish en-suite bathroom finished with Roca sanitary ware, chrome fittings and dark grey oversized limestone tiles.
The property is available from the end of September on an unfurnished basis.

Charlotte Road is possibly the most sought-after address in EC2. Home to some of London's most fashionable designers and independent boutiques such as Start, Edwin and Denham.  There are excellent restaurants nearby, such as Hix's Tramshed, Lyles, Brat and The Boundary all within a few minutes' walk of the property.
Liverpool Street, Old Street and Moorgate stations are all a short walk away, making this the ideal base for a buyer looking to have swift access into the City, whilst being able to enjoy the more creative and independent attractions of East London's most exciting borough.


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