Located on a quiet residential street in the heart of Victoria Park village is this stunning pub conversion comprising 5 apartments and 2 townhouses.
Sensitively restored, the building maintains many of its original features including the panelled façade, large sash windows and high ceilings, whilst integrating all of the comforts of modern living.
All seven units are finished to an exceptionally high quality with engineered solid Oak Herringbone floors, bespoke polished concrete work surfaces and Smeg appliance pack. The kitchens are finished with gloss graphite handleless, soft close doors, ceramic sink and reclaimed red wood shelving made from the original pub rafters.
The bathrooms are fitted with contemporary sanitary ware, solid Douglas Fir painted flooring and chrome taps and heaters and the development is covered by a 10 year BLP Guarantee.
Apartment C occupies the first floor of the building and offers too spacious bedrooms and a large open plan kitchen and reception room. Arched windows and high ceilings create a sense of grandeur and the south aspect offers plenty of natural light.
Estimated completion is April 2016.
Penshurst Road is ideally located between Well Street Common and Victoria Park and offers easy access to some of East London’s most popular watering holes and eateries including The Empress, Machete and Deli Downstairs whilst renowned retailers Ginger Pig, Bottle Apostle and Haus are moments away. Several buses run towards Hackney and The City and Homerton station is a 10 minute walk away access to the transport network.