Located moments from bustling Brick Lane and the famous Spitalfields Market is this incredible two bedroom warehouse conversion.
Set across the ground and lower ground and extending over 2,500sqft, the property offers a flexibility of space uncommon even for this style. Designated live/work but with a certificate of lawful usage for residential, the property is ideal for purchasers looking for a characterful home or for somewhere to merge their home and business. With B1 usage, the space would ideally lend itself to an office or studio and with an influx of new commercial developments in the area, including Second Home, there is a burgeoning creative hub on your doorstep.
The majority of the ground floor is given over to one vast reception room that extends in excess of 50' and benefits from 4 metre high ceilings. Separated from the shop frontage by a glass partition, the space is flooded with natural light thanks to a large light box to the rear. A grand piano takes pride of place before a feature wall breaks up the space to create a large but intimate sitting area. To the rear is space for a large dining table whilst the kitchen, gallery style and finished in light wood with fully integrated appliances, it set off the space. A modern shower room is also set to the rear.
Steel stairs lead up to a mezzanine area which is used as a snug sitting area where an additional spiral staircase opens out to a roof garden with space for a seating area and planters.
Downstairs continues the flexible accommodation with the master bedroom to the front. Peaceful yet still bright thanks to the large windows, the room offers plenty of space for storage whilst the master bathroom, located behind and finished in neutral tones and classic fittings, could easily be integrated to create a spectacular master suite. The room is accessed by a front staircase, separated again from the main space by a glass partition and cleverly converted into an airy library.
To the rear there is an open reception room, currently utilised as a secondary sitting area but easily converted into a large second bedroom. Off this there is a utility room and study, which is used as a guest bedroom currently.
Hanbury Street is at the heart of Brick Lane, home to the Truman Brewery and a number of cafes, restaurants and boutiques including Jago, Sunday Up Market and Allpress. Nearby Spitalfields Market is a bustling hub of fashion and jewellery trader whilst food vendors offer creations from around the world. Liverpool Street station is a 5 minute walk offering connections across the capital whilst Shoreditch High Street station, 5 minutes away, provides links to Canary Wharf.