Renovated London Loft Apartment | Fairclough Street | E1

renovated london loft

Fairclough Street | E1



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Spacious three bedroom renovated London loft apartment.

Once occupied by a drug manufacturer, this recently refurbished two bedroom apartment in the heart of E1 feels like a brand new property, with its untouched dark wood floors and marble tiling.
Already established as providers of herbal remedies and other medicines, Potter & Clarke moved to Steam Mills, Fairclough Street in 1925, where they made and sold a wide range of remedies, including ‘Savin’ which, back in the early 1900s, was the equivalent of ‘Beecham’s’ cold and flu treatments – taken with gin at the time!
Now converted to residential use, its splendid top floor apartment has a bright outlook and stunning views across Shadwell and beyond.
Two equal sized bedrooms, both with generous factory windows, lead onto an open plan reception room surrounding a central wall with sliding doors. You can adjust the space however you like, be it for relaxing, dining or entertaining, you can get creative.
This is a fantastic home, just outside the congestion zone but with a central London postcode, and the location means walking distance to the City is simple and straightforward, with most parts less than half an hour away.
If you need to travel further afield Aldgate East is very close, offering both District & Hammersmith and City lines, as is Aldgate station on the Metropolitan and Circle Lines.
The wider area has a huge number of places to see and things to do. For restaurants, the popular Galvin La Chapelle in Spital Square serves exquisite French cuisine from a converted Victorian school. For drinking, the Oliver Twist and Dispensary are both just around the corner and offer an authentic drinking experience.
For an escape to a bit of green, Wapping Woods is close by, along with the docks and the Thames all within 15 minutes’ walk.
And, amongst other things, no Sunday would be complete without a walk to Brick Lane and Spitalfields Market with their eclectic mix of fashion, antiques and food. You might even extend your exploration to Columbia Road flower market and Shoreditch.



Fairclough Street | London | E1


Energy Efficiency Rating (Current)
Energy Efficiency Rating 81%
Energy Efficiency Rating (Potential)
Energy Efficiency Rating 84%


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