A classic Georgian Huguenot townhouse with a separate studio on one of central Spitalfields most popular spots, Princelet Street. This Grade II listed house was built and lived in by Marmaduke Smith circa 1725, and has the addition of a private courtyard garden with separate studio bringing the total size close to 2,600 sq ft (approx) With the charm and character these houses offer, the original and historical features are throughout this four bedroom townhouse with a mix of 17th century panelling, fireplaces, cornicing and wide wood floor boards. With the kitchen and dining on the lower ground, double reception and entrance hall on the ground floor leading out to the studio (benefiting from it’s own shower room), flexible study/bedroom and extra living room on the first floor and bathrooms and large bedrooms follow on the upper floors.
Located at the quiet end of Princelet Street close to the junction with Wilkes Street within the centre of the Spitalfields conservation area. Brick Lane is on one side and the remodelled famous Spitalfields market is on the other, with Aldgate East, Liverpool Street and Shoreditch High Street stations all a short walk.
Available 16th April 2021 and offered unfurnished (all furniture in the pictures is the current tenants)