A former wood turning factory that’s something of a rough diamond, undergoing a thorough polishing. The space has been hidden away and rarely seen for something approaching 27 years but under the watchful guidance of German designer, Matthias Felsch and sculptor, Jeff Lowe, the space will yield three residential and restored homes with an industrial style.
These apartments at Mitre Mews form part of a bigger development made up of five other houses that all enjoy a secure gated entrance, courtyard areas and cycle storage.
The Ground Floor Unit offers over 700 sq ft of sympathetically restored space that focuses on practical and attractive open plan living with enough space to create/work from home if required. A private front door from the main courtyard gives direct access to this central living space styled with a nod to its industrial heritage. This styling extends to the kitchen and bathroom with warehouse-style windows, a choice of wood or tiled flooring and very high ceilings. The double bedroom in the right hand corner has bespoke cabinetry. A double door leads from the central living space to a bright private courtyard.
Hither Green has enjoyed a very positive transformation over recent years. From the artisan coffee shops and bakers on Hither Green Lane which is a few minutes on foot, or crossing the railway into the village-like setting with its restaurants and The Station Hotel, a super pub with excellent food. All of these elements contribute to the genuine community feel of the area.
Transport links are excellent, from the main railway station just a four minute walk away you can be in London Bridge in one stop or head to New Cross for the London Overline to Shoreditch and Dalston or Lewisham and take the DLR to Bank or Stratford.
EPC Rating TBC
Beacon Road SE13