This bright one-bedroomed loft style apartment forms part of this re-imagined warehouse conversion. Minerva Street is a quiet residential loop located just to the south of Hackney Road, with the green spaces of London Fields and Victoria park a short walk away.
A wide, well maintained communal stairway leads to the entrance on the first floor. Inside a separate entrance hall awaits with storage for all of life's extra's. A doorway leads through into the open plan living area that is flooded with natural light from the full westerly wall of critall windows.
The ceiling height is generous, lending a sense of airiness to the whole apartment. A full height but only partial width wall separates the bedroom from the living space, increasing the open plan feel of this flat.
Elements of the original building can be seen throughout but these combine with some more modern touches and natural materials; mixing exposed brickwork with engineered wooden floors, modern uplighters adjacent to the fitted kitchen with exposed RSJs overhead.
This flat is close to some of the best parks and green spaces in East London. Broadway market, with is very popular Saturday food market is an easy walk via the regents canal path. This path, moments away, cuts a picturesque trail northwards towards Islington and beyond.
Hackney and Columbia Roads offer some of the best concentrated dining in the city, with some of London's top new places to eat alongside the old favourites; Morito, The Laughing Heart and The Marksman to name a few.
Recently Mamashelter has just opened up nearby which is a real statement of how far this area of East London has come. This may be in part down to the transport options, the closest of which is Bethnal Green Underground, giving access into central London via the central line. Cambridge Heath overground is a short walk, offering a direct route into Liverpool Street Station. Alternatively busses travel westwards to Shoreditch regularly and cycling routes now link most major points of interest nearby.