This stunning Victorian Warehouse conversion in the heart of Shoreditch has a unique period, yet industrial charm. The rare external core elements of exposed red brick, black Crittall windows and the original cobblestones make it a sought-after spot for well-known musicians, artists, and creative types. This property is no exception and was once used by it's owners as a successsful, well known modelling agency. Cotton’s Gardens has had many features in filming, due to its truly distinctive backdrop of the converted Victorian Warehouses and cobbled streets.
Entering this amazing property through stained glass double doors you will be welcomed by copious amounts of natural light pouring through the beautiful Crittall windows in both the living and bedroom spaces onto rich, solid oak floorboards.
The surrounding white walls provide a blank canvas for the striking red exposed beams which run throughout the living area giving a beautiful contrast.
Continued from the living space, a sloping skylight leads back into a large dining area with a neatly dividing partitioning island. Behind the partition, an impressive kitchen can be found featuring deep purple cabinetry, dark granite countertops and brass-coloured fixtures. The generous lateral space and versatile open plan layout of the property provides a spacious entertaining or working environment, with the possibility of additional bedroom(s) and bathroom to be installed.
Cotton's Gardens is located on a no-through road in the heart of the vibrant and thriving area of Shoreditch, Hackney. The street lies adjacent to Perseverance works, one of London's most historically significant gated working communities. Perseverance works is known as the hub of creativity within the area, attracting creative types such as graphic designers, architects, photographers and TV production companies.
The property is in short reach to several globally recognised local neighborhood attractions such as Brick Lane, Columbia Road Flower Market, and the renowned Spitalfields Market, where you will find an abundance of eateries, cafes and trading stalls displaying anything from vintage designer fashion, music, and jewellery.
Nearby transport links include Liverpool Street Station providing access to Underground (Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan & Central Lines) and National Rail services, Old Street Station (Northern line), Shoreditch High Street Overground and multiple bus routes.
Share of Freehold, approx: 999 years remaining
Service Charge: approx £2,500 per annum
Council Tax Band: D