London life doesn’t get much better than in its creative heartland, and this week’s collection of Shoreditch homes for sale puts you right in the thick of it. Whatever you’re into, here feels like the centre of everything, from street food and vintage clothing to fine dining and high fashion, fused with creative studios and galleries in a local scene of legendary days, nights and weekends.
One of the world’s must-see destinations, Columbia Road’s flower market is also an eternal favourite of Londoners as an essential Sunday spot to meet up with friends, soak up the vibe, and pick up some plants. It’s also the location of this quirky duplex above a retail parade with bohemian styling, kaleidoscopic colours and bags of charm.
£765,000 – click here to discover Columbia Road
If you’re unmoved by overly polished glitz and you prefer spaces that are altogether more earthy, try this rugged and stylish 1,300 sq ft loft in one of the earliest factory conversions in Shoreditch. Bought as a shell, the apartment has been treated to a sympathetic and methodical sourcing of materials that enhance the industrial aesthetic in truly unique style.
£1,325,000 – click here to discover The Factory
Beautifully curated and lovingly restored to evoke its storied heritage with a contemporary twist, this five-storey 2,500 sq ft Huguenot house from the 1700s has one of the most atmospheric locations in Shoreditch, huddled between Brick Lane and Spitalfields and yet somehow a quiet backwater at the same time.
£4,000,000 – click here to discover Princelet Street
This raw 1,050 sq ft converted warehouse has been almost untouched since its conversion back in the 1990s, and is both the perfect blank canvas and about as authentic as they come, with exposed brick walls, original sash windows and chunky timber floorboards.
£875,000 – click here to discover Mallow Street
As a restful retreat, London bolthole or buy-to-let investment, this refined mid-century one-bedroom apartment ticks all the boxes. Combining warm and natural materials with sleek interior design, the interior is a stylish and tranquil place to enjoy, yet with a location just off Redchurch Street and about 600 yards from the City, all the action is never far away.
£525,000 – click here to discover Chance Street
With a living room of almost 500 sq ft and a total floor area of 920 sq ft, this oversized one-bedroom loft is converted from a Victorian fabric warehouse. In what you might call a cosy-industrial aesthetic, huge sash windows and high ceilings rub shoulders with whitewashed brickwork and plywood floors in a building of just four voluminous apartments.
£950,000 – click here to discover Queensbridge Road
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