This beautifully designed split-level two-bedroom loft is well positioned on the top floor of a striking converted Art Deco warehouse.
The apartment has been completely refurbished by the current owners. The focal point is a dramatic double-height living space with floor-to-ceiling windows that open onto a decked terrace. The mezzanine level is divided into two areas, one of which is configured as a bedroom and the other a study. Both the bathroom and the kitchen have been remodelled, with elegant detailing and clean, simple lines. The overall effect is a large, bright, open space with carefully considered living areas.
Five King Edward’s Road is one of Hackney’s most sought-after warehouse conversions, situated between Victoria Park and London Fields. Formerly a 1920s clothing factory, it has been converted into 89 units. It is now home to a diverse community of residents, from artists and designers to architects and lawyers.
London Fields Overground station offers direct trains to Liverpool Street, and Bethnal Green Underground station has excellent links to central London via the Central Line. The open spaces of London Fields and Victoria Park are a short walk away, as are the shops, pubs and vibrant local life of Broadway Market and Victoria Park Village.
Lease length: approx. 110 years (125 years from September 2001)
Service charge: approx. £2,312.68 per annum (which includes a reserve fund contribution of £558)
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