Unfolding over three storeys, this 1,287 sq ft (119 sq m) live-work house in Bow is the perfect solution for a home to work from. Large windows, skylights, open spaces and a mezzanine all contribute to the breezy sense of flow in a sociable courtyard setting.
Stretching the entire length of the house, the main live-work space has large windows at either end including French doors opening directly onto the residents courtyard.
The room is ideal as a bright creative studio or a striking contemporary living space with glossy white floorboards underfoot and wall-mounted lightboxes.
At the back of the ground floor, the open-plan kitchen in gun-metal grey runs along a single wall with an island breakfast bar opposite.
On the first floor you’ll find the bathroom along with two double bedrooms, one of which has a double height dramatic column window reaching to the ceiling.
At the top of the house, the mezzanine makes a fine office space or guest room with a large skylight in the eaves.
Old Library Court, a modern addition to a period building, is close to Bromley-by-Bow DLR station and therefore well placed for Stratford, Canary Wharf and The City.