A beautifully presented and recently renovated one bedroomed mezzanine flat in a historic building, right in the heart of Old Street.
The impressive Imperial Hall, formerly the Leysian Mission, was built in 1904 acting as an informal welfare centre for the residents of the East End. The building was converted into flats in the mid 1980s and both the external and internal architecture is magnificent. Any buyer will be pleased to note that the building has recently undergone a programme of significant renovations both to the internal communal areas, and the external structure itself. Two beautiful communal terraces are accessible to residents, and have truly spectacular views across the city and the East End.
The apartment was designed to take full advantage of the building's features, in particular the stunning roof draws the eye and is a unique element of this apartment. The property is set to the rear of the building rather than the road side, is double glazed and benefits from windows set into the roof for additional light.
The apartment has been recently refurbished by the current owner, including a full kitchen replacement, which now features granite worktops, integrated Siemens appliances and an induction hob. The renovation extends to the separate WC, bathroom and the reconditioning of the wooden floors. The bedroom on the mezzanine floor is brilliantly light and airy and, due to the height of the roof, secluded away from the main living space below.
Situated in the epicentre of Old Street, London's most vibrant and booming creative hub, the whole of London is accessible. Central Shoreditch, with its bars, restaurants and boutiques, is a stones throw away. Old Street Station, for Overground and Underground services, couldn?t be closer and the city is a short walk or cycle.