Fournier Street was the last to be built on the Wood-Michell estate in Spitalfields. The houses mainly date from the 1720s and together they form one of the most important and best preserved collections of early Georgian domestic town-houses in Britain. This stunning Georgian Huguenot townhouse, built in 1726, retains fine wooden panelling and elaborate joinery such as carved staircases, working-fireplaces, wide timber floors and fabulous sash windows with working shutters and highly detailed door-cases which were constructed by the craftsmen of the day.
Upon entering the house you have a large open plan dining/kitchen area. Continuing on the ground floor you have access to a beautiful, well maintained garden. Leading down the stairs to the basement floor you have a fantastic granny annex, which has its own three piece bathroom and laundry room. Walking up the original staircase to the first floor you are immediately welcomed by a large open plan reception room (with working fireplace) and a separate home office to the right. The second floor leads to a large family bathroom and the first main bedroom. With three huge original windows you are spoilt when it comes to natural light. Lastly the fifth floor is where you will find the huge master bedroom and bathroom.
Spitalfields Market with it’s renowned boutiques, retailers, restaurants and nightspots are literally a couple of minutes away. Superbly located for public transport with Liverpool Street, Shoreditch High Street and Old Street stations, all a few minutes away.
Please note this property is unfurnished