"A striking 1960s development by LCC Architects' Department and a rare British example of Le Corbusier’s principles for L‘Unité d’Habitation."
This superb two-bedroom maisonette is arranged across the top two floors of Fellows Court, a striking 1960s development by LCC Architects’ Department and a rare British example of Le Corbusier’s principles for L‘Unité d’Habitation. Positioned in the heart of Hoxton, high above the restaurants and cafes of Hackney Road, this recently refurbished apartment combines original modernist features with remarkable views of the city.
Externally, Fellows Court is suspended above the ground by six concrete pilotis, providing communal space and parking beneath. Internal access is gained through a private foyer, where corridors or ‘interior streets’ run the length of every other floor, affording split-level accommodation and a balcony to every resident.
Accommodation measures just over 800 sq. ft. and comprises two double bedrooms, a bathroom, reception room and a modern open plan kitchen/living room. A balcony runs the length of the first floor and overlooks the Geffrye Museum gardens with dramatic long views to the west, across the city.
Shoreditch has become an extremely popular area in recent years and Fellows Court is excellently positioned for the neighbourhood’s mix of boutiques, bars, galleries and restaurants; The Laughing Heart and Morito have recently opened within walking distance, alongside local favourites The Marksman pub and Sager + Wilde. Columbia Road Market and Haggerston Park are also nearby.
The closest train station is Hoxton for London Overground services, while Old Street station and Shoreditch High Street provide connections city-wide.
Lease Length: approx. 95 years
Ground Rent: approx. £9 per annum
Service Charge: approx. £1850 per annum
Please note that all areas, measurements and distances given in these particulars are approximate and rounded. The text, photographs and floor plans are for general guidance only. The Modern House has not tested any services, appliances or specific fittings — prospective purchasers are advised to inspect the property themselves. All fixtures, fittings and furniture not specifically itemised within these particulars are deemed removable by the vendor.