Description(Reference number: 79231)
Combining East London's former textile history with its current artsy vibe, this warehouse conversion has piles of style. Restored wooden parquet floors, a bright red kitchen and an Art Deco bookcase sit next to exposed brick and black steel windows for a truly unique interior. Hackney's varied foodie scene is on the doorstep, but those who want to try their hand at cooking will find an abundance of spices and artisan equipment to use here. Despite its industrial past, the apartment has plenty of homely features that invite you to curl up and relax – take your pick from the leather sofas, the deep tiled bathtub or the pine dining table. Any spare space is taken up with art pieces, including a red mobile by artist Alexander Calder in the living room, as well as plenty of potted plants – this is East London, after all.
*The second bedroom is a built-in bunk and single bed, best suited for smaller children
*The home is on the first floor, up a set of steps, which may make it difficult for people with limited mobility
*There are lots of quirky knick-knacks in this home, so if you prefer a clutter-free ambiance then this might not be the place for you