Built in the early 1700s, this beautifully presented Georgian house is set over five floors of perfectly laid out accommodation and offers flexibility as a family home, as well as for those who love to entertain. The house has been meticulously refurbished to a very high standard throughout, and retains a wealth of period features such as wood panelling, flooring and sash windows, alongside modern kitchens and bathrooms, with working stoves in many of the rooms. With all the windows offering either an east or west-facing aspect and a bright contemporary decor, the house is incredibly light and airy at any time of day. With a spacious kitchen and dining room on the ground floor and formal reception room on the first (or could be used as a fifth bedroom), the house is set off by the traditional Huguenot weavers loft on the top floor with elevated skylight, balcony with views of Christ Church and towards the City, and an enviable roof terrace offering uninterrupted east-facing views. There is a superb basement flat with its own kitchen and bathroom, perfect for either a nanny or to be used to generate rental income. The current owner has converted the patio into a stunning garden room with a sliding glass ceiling which can be retracted if used as additional outside space, or closed to create an extra living room or as an artist’s gallery or studio. Set on one of the quietest sections of the Spitalfields conservation area the house is mere 5/7 minute walk to Liverpool St station with Brick Lane, Shoreditch and the Redchurch St are all on the doorstep. For freehold townhouse’s with character in the City there is no better place to be.
2 Reception Rooms