**Guide Price: £1,500,000-£1,600,000**
Quietly hidden close to Stoke Newington Church Street, is this detached freehold warehouse, referred to locally as a “hidden gem”.
Restored by Paper House Project architects in 2016, extension and improvement works were carried out by the current owner, offering up double height ceilings, polished concrete floors and large gridded steel windows.
The vaulted entrance has large south facing factory style windows, flooding the space with natural light, which are complimented further by sky-lights throughout the voluminous open plan reception.
A fully integrated kitchen with state of the art appliances, sits flush into the rear double height wall, boasting a high specification finish, oak veneer cabinetry and Miele and Gaggenau appliances.
The current owner has improved upon the original floor plan and stretched the entertaining space, crafting an alcove to the rear, leading directly to a private courtyard through telescopic sliding doors. Inside and outside living comes alive!
The entertaining space is versatile with fitted bespoke floating cast concrete wet bar/workspace and an elegant projection panel, fitted snugly into the same wall. An acoustically treated floating fabric ceiling, walls and fully electric blinds provide a full cinematic experience.
There is also a hidden utility room/pantry, perfect for storage, but possible to convert back to a study.
The principle bedroom, situated on the 1st floor and accessible via a semi-open staircase. Features include, electric windows, blinds, further built-in storage and contemporary timber floors. An ensuite fitted bath and separate shower, is clad with timber panelling.
A second bedroom is on the ground floor, has built-in wardrobes, electric blinds and full height windows, with additional access to the courtyard garden.
Hidden behind pristine finished walls and flooring, the property boasts underfloor heating, concealed air conditioning units throughout the warehouse & partial app controlled lighting.
Dalton House is a fine example of a contemporary warehouse, all housed within an attractive detached freehold building.
Stoke Newington is a thriving neighbourhood, infamous through the latter 20th century for bohemian hangouts and political radicals. Life is centred around Stoke Newington Church Street and is teeming with pubs, eateries, independent shops and coffee shops.
Firm local favourite, The Green Room Cafe, is a garden restaurant affair, filled with plants for sale and an ever changing menu. The Auld Shillelagh & The Red Lion are your classic local boozers, with great local brews, board games & occasional live music.
Stoke Newington high street (the A10) is your source of dependable chains and necessary shops, from Boots, Halfords and Tesco Metro, all within a comfortable 15mins Walk.
Lush open space, manicured gardens and the original Clissold Manor House, all can be found less than 5 mins away at Clissold Park. If you see a keen jogger, there is a great 1 mile trail encompassing the circumference of the park.
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Defoe Road, Stoke Newington, N16