#WFH is now the new normal, and where more inspiring than from this quintessential Shoreditch live/work loft.
Formerly known as Hudson’s Court, Cottons Garden was once an old builders and timber yard. Today it’s a short no-through street, home to a handful of original red bricked Victorian warehouses, making it arguably one of the most Instagram-able streets in East London, regularly used for filming, due the original backdrop of the incredible period building and the original cobbled street.
Accessed directly from Cottons Gardens in to a stained glass lit porch leads, you straight into the huge open plan studio/ reception with high ceilings, exposed iron RSJs, hard oak wood floors throughout and arched Crittal windows.
Just shy of 1200 sqft this live/workspace, enables a business to operate fully compliant or if required, residential planning permission should be simple to implement.. Previously used as photographic studio, the space is surprisingly bright and fantastic for easy access being on the ground floor.
The kitchen, just of the reception is hidden behind a floating partition, with fitted cabinets, black granite worktops and sloped glazed roof above sink.
The double bedroom has good storage and an additional utility cupboard, two large Crittal windows and En-suite bathroom.
This versatile space is pretty much a blank canvas, for the buyer who’s looking to put their own stamp on something. Looking at the floor plan, one could simply reconfigure the dining kitchen area, creating a second bedroom with very little impact on the aesthetic.
Located right within the mix of everything Shoreditch, Cottons Garden is also conveniently located close to both Columbia Road and Dalston, and within walking distance to Liverpool Street Station with access to the West End.