A characterful, split-level, duplex apartment at the northern most end of historic Brick Lane. Offering two large double bedrooms on the first floor and a large open reception, country style kitchen, balcony and mezzanine on the second floor, this apartment is full of character and promise. Original and interesting features ebb throughout, the wooden floors, the window seats the garden balcony and the roof windows make for bright and diverse space. The mezzanine floor is accessed via a ladder and despite its restricted height, is a large utilisable area and goes to further demonstrates the pliability of the space available for a creative buyer.
The apartment benefits from a large family bathroom, a fitted country style kitchen with an apron sink, which leads out onto the balcony with a typically East London view. The master bedroom is very large and has built in wardrobes, the second bedroom is bright and spacious. This apartment requires a buyer with vision and an understanding of the area, those seeking something different will be impressed. The fundaments are already in place, the potential, as yet, unrealised.
Brick Lane is an iconic street, the heart of East London, an artery of culture, known for its market, the food, the curries, the fashion, the street art and its diversity. This apartment sits at the northern most tip, it is quiet, yet you have access to Shoreditch Central and Brick lane within minutes. A small park is situated in front of the property meaning you look out onto trees and open space. Transport links are in abundance; Old Street offers access to the Northern Line and the overground, Shoreditch High Street Station is a 5 minute walk and Liverpool Street station is a 10 minute walk.