“It has the essence of a classic warehouse conversion, with exposed concrete ceilings and floors and huge original Crittall windows”
This exciting two-bedroom live / work apartment is quietly positioned in a converted factory on Tudor Road, between London Fields and Victoria Park. It has the essence of a classic warehouse conversion, with exposed concrete ceilings and floors, huge original Crittall windows that give access to a private courtyard garden.
The apartment measures approximately 1,045 sq ft internally. It is entered on the ground floor to a huge open-plan space laid with original parquet flooring, incorporating a simple kitchen, dining and seating area with access through an original door to the courtyard garden. Partition walls create a smaller room off the main space that has internal high-level windows and a built-in sleeping platform. Beyond the kitchen there is a bathroom and the first of two bedrooms. The first floor is occupied by the large main bedroom.
The building was converted by 410 Architects. It is entered via a former office facing Tudor Road. This particular flat is favourably located in the rear warehouse, which was originally a shoe factory built in 1924. There is a great sense of community within the building, with a number of interesting residents from the creative industries.
It is rare to find such a raw, authentic industrial conversion in London, and the current owners have retained the simplicity and originality of the space.
Tudor Road is a no-through road tucked off Mare Street. The building itself is located very close to the green spaces of London Fields, which has a popular heated Lido, and Victoria Park. The Regent’s Canal path is few minutes’ walk to the south. Nearby Broadway Market has a reputation for some excellent places to eat and drink and hosts a food market every Saturday. Lauriston Village has a butcher, deli and popular fish and chip shop.
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. 114 years (125 years from 1 May 2008)
Service Charge: approx. £3,390 per annum
Ground Rent: approx. £300 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.