Description(Reference number: 78969)
Housed in a converted Victorian school, this trendy apartment brings new meaning to scholastic style. With its exposed brick walls and huge arched windows, there’s a definite air of loft-chic elegance in the living room, paired with contemporary furnishings and retro finishes to create a laid-back space made for relaxation. We love the characterful touches that make this too-cool-for-school home feel just that, from the plethora of houseplants to the record player (ready to get soirees off on the right beat) and the entrance hall’s shelves of books and board games. Upstairs on the mezzanine level, the atmosphere is an A+ too, with a beautiful open kitchen that gets an abundance of sunlight and a chic desk space that will make working from home a treat. This is also where you’ll find the beautiful pared-back bedroom and the bathroom with its large brick-framed shower and Victorian sink. And, because extracurriculars should never be forgotten, your host has provided gym equipment too (including free weights, a stationary bike and a yoga mat), though we think the communal roof terrace is the one to cut class for. Soak up some sun on the hammock, fire up the barbecue for an alfresco feast, and take in the views of the Olympic Park and London’s skyline from this coveted spot. While you could spend all day inside your plush pad, venture out to explore your surroundings. Victoria Park is a three-minute walk away, Regent’s Canal is a one-minute stroll and Shoreditch High Street is a fifteen-minute bus journey from your door.
*Unfortunately, this home isn't suitable for infants under two years old
*As you'll have neighbours here, guests are asked to keep noise levels to a minimum after 10 pm
*The roof terrace is shared with the other residents
*This home is laid out across two floors with stairs to access the mezzanine level, so it may not be suitable for those with limited mobility
*There is room for one car in the building's driveway, although we recommend skipping the car and making use of London's excellent public transport instead – Bethnal Green station is a thirteen-minute walk away