Located equidistance from Shoreditch Central and London Fields is this stylish one bedroom converted granary, designed by award winning architects, Brinkworth. Combining a modern finish with classic features and bespoke fixtures, the property seamlessly blends cutting edge design with an industrial quality. It is a totally unique property, with a split mezzanine floor and 18ft ceilings. The ground floor comprises four distinct areas within this open plan space. As you walk in, you are struck by the beauty of the design, there is a seating area designed to allow quiet reflection out of the floor to ceiling windows into the courtyard. The floating stairs break up the space, behind which is the dining area perfect for entertaining, with the mezzanine floor reducing the celling height for a more intimate feel.
This then flows into the kitchen where once again the ceiling height increases, there are concrete work surfaces, a range cooker and integrated appliances of the highest quality. There is a raised wooden snug area to the rear of the property where light floods in from the bank of roof windows above. The downstairs features polished concrete floors with underfloor heating, automatic blinds and spectacular lighting, making the most of the beautiful original features and stunning built in bookcase.
The one mould concrete floating stairs forms the most striking design element of the building and leads up to a spacious reception room on the mezzanine floor which benefits from specifically designed modular furnishings and intelligent storage built throughout. The aesthetic is continued here with wood flooring lending a raw quality to the space which has a flexibility rarely afforded in a converted property.
The bedroom is sizable with built in wardrobes. The ceiling has been acoustically treated to the highest specification, making the room a haven for sleep. There are, once again, clever design features such as a washing shoot to the laundry cabbie downstairs and an internal corner balcony showing off the diversity of space and thoughtfulness of the design. The internal wooden stairs from the bedroom leads down into the bathroom. The nature of the design means it seems like an ensuite with direct access to the bedroom and the ground floor. The bathroom itself has limited edition Vola taps, a bath and a wet room.
Quebec Wharf is moments from Haggerston Station meaning access to The City, the West End and Canary Wharf is simple. Shoreditch Central, London Fields and Broadway Market are all a short walk away, offering a plethora of shops, bars and restaurants. Parking space negotiated separately.