A late 18th century terraced townhouse on Spitalfields famous Princelet St completely redesigned and remodelled by Chris Dyson Architects. Spanning close to 2200 sqft (approx.) over 5 floors this two/three bedroom house is laid out with open plan, light filled space in mind on every level.
From the historical façade, upon entering the house the modern design is apparent immediately. The ground floor open plan kitchen (fully fitted with Miele steam & Gaggenou ovens, double wine fridge & separate larder) leads through to the dining space featuring partly double height ceilings, retractable glass roof and electric blinds. Polished concrete floors and light birch wood units conceal multiple storage cupboards keeping the space minimal. An internal glass wall in the hallway enables plenty of natural light to floor down to the lower floor, dug out to provide 9ft high ceilings, is currently used as a home gym complete with steam room and shower room but has great potential as a third bedroom/study.
The first floor is a double reception/living room with original parquet floors, open flame gas fire and access out to a south facing terrace with space for 4 seating dining table on the landing. Up on the second floor is a double bedroom with walk in wardrobe and marble finished shower room. The top floor houses a stunning pitched roof bedroom on a mezzanine level, multiple built in wardrobes, space for seating/study and a large three piece fully marbled bathroom.
Located just off Brick Lane on the East side of Princelet Street, Spitalfields Market and Liverpool St Station (with the new cross rail connection finishing soon) are minutes away with Shoreditch High St Overground/Aldgate also easily reachable on foot. With too many popular local restaurants, bars and venues to list, the nightlife of Shoreditch, Brick Lane and Old St are just around the corner.