1251 Sq Ft | 1 Bedroom | Private Terrace
The vast open expanse of this highly styled warehouse apartment is stuffed with some incredible vintage paraphernalia that captures the industrial look perfectly.
With circa 1300 sq. ft at his disposal, the owner originally purchased the space as a raw shell with the intention of adding bedrooms but after much deliberation decided on keeping all that square footage as open as possible.
It’s an incredible home that just works.
A sympathetic sourcing of interior accessories to furnish the place resulted in an incredibly well considered finish. From the kitchen to the bedroom and living room to the dressing room, the mix of wood adds a lovely sense of authentic warmth to space and works well with the generous ceiling height, exposed brick walls and warehouse windows.
The layout is functional and well thought through. Through the front door and straight in to the reception and dining space with a spacious kitchen area beyond that really is a focal point of the apartment with it’s gorgeous cabinetry and island unit. Push through to the back of the apartment and everything open up. An exceptionally large area is dedicated to home office space which in turn opens out to the private terrace which overlooks the manicured central courtyard of The Factory.
Back inside and the bedroom area seamlessly moves in to the supply styled dressing room with more vintage cabinetry whist directly above and accessed by antique ladder, a void, a simple light zen space perfect for escaping and being mindful.
The vintage style extends in the bathroom with the crowning glory a rustic bath tub which one can soak away in and survey the reception space from once the reclaimed, internal bifolds have a been thrown open.
The Factory really does offer an excellent advantage those looking for a base to explore not just London’s most fashionable district but wider social spots. It’s close to Islington, The City and, further East, towards Dalston. The array of new bars etc opening is pretty unending as well as more traditional weekend destination stuff like the weekend markets at Columbia Road, Spitalfields and Broadway Market.
Old Street tube (Northern Line) is only a few minutes on foot as well as a broad selection of buses close by and the Overline at Shoreditch High Street. If you’re escaping London by car though you’ll be pleased to learn that the apartment has underground parking where you can store the vehicle until that moment arrives.
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