On this quiet no-through road, perfectly tucked between London Fields and Victoria Park, just a short walk from Broadway Market and Regents Canal, is this fabulous penthouse apartment in a former red brick shoe factory.
Sympathetically redeveloped around 5 years ago, it is immaculate throughout and offers a home that feels spacious and contemporary, with the added benefit of an incredible 34' south facing terrace - something of a rarity in London.
Accommodation is cleverly arranged and each room feels generous with approximately 3m high ceilings and floor to ceiling windows.
Flooded with south-facing light, the large l-shaped kitchen/reception is ideal for any buyer who likes entertaining. With beautiful solid oak floorboards, the room is open-plan yet separate enough to have some privacy if needed. The wall-to-wall bi folding doors allow the living room to connect seamlessly with the vast decked roof terrace - creating an even larger entertaining space for warmer months.
Both double bedrooms have access out to the terrace and being of equal sizes, they would suit any buyer looking to either share the apartment or, to use the second room as a study and guest room.
Off the hallway, there is a stylish bathroom, featuring a large skylight. It is finished with white sanitary units and excellent storage.
The kitchen layout was specifically designed for the current owners, making full use of the space and light. Finished with soft close cabinets, black granite worktops and stainless steel integrated appliances, all complemented by green rubber stud floors.
Tudor Road is a small turning, accessed off Mare Street. Formerly buzzing with clothing and textile warehouses, it still retains that sense of its industrial past, however most of the commercial buildings are now live/work design studios or residential apartments.
With almost too many excellent local venues to choose from, such as E5 Bakehouse, Climpson's Arch, Ombra, Bistrotheque, Plaform bar at Netil House, Off Broadway, The Picturehouse cinema and La Bouche all on the doorstep.
For transport, it is a short walk to London Fields Overground station (direct to Liverpool Street) and ideal for the many bus routes that run down into The City and further West - 277 to Canary Wharf, 55 to Oxford Circus, 26 to Waterloo and the D6 which connects to Bethnal Green underground in less than 10 minutes.
The open spaces of Victoria Park and London Fields are a short walk as is the lido which is open all year round, making this the ideal base from which to enjoy the best that East London has on offer.