New Road E1

£1,250,000
  • Ref TBA230186
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Reception Rooms 2
  • Council Tax Band C
  • Tenure Freehold
  • Floor Area: 1,606 sqft
  • Local Authority: Tower Hamlets
  • Parking: On-street via permit
1,606 sqft (approx.)
  • Ref: TBA230186
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Council Tax Band: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Floor Area: 1,606 sqft
  • Local Authority: Tower Hamlets
  • Parking: On-street via permit
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Property Features

  • Georgian townhouse
  • Built c.1815
  • Stucco style fronted

Property Summary

12 New Road is a unique building with over 200 years of fascinating historical change.

Reflecting two centuries of the everchanging multi-culture of London, this incredible Georgian Huguenot townhouse featuring one-off façade spans c.1,606 sqft. Built around 1815 amidst green fields that stretched for miles, the house now days forms part of an interconnecting street in the London Metropolis.

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12 New Road is a unique building with over 200 years of fascinating historical change.

Reflecting two centuries of the everchanging multi-culture of London, this incredible Georgian Huguenot townhouse featuring one-off façade spans c.1,606 sqft. Built around 1815 amidst green fields that stretched for miles, the house now days forms part of an interconnecting street in the London Metropolis.

Currently split into two separate residences but held under a single freehold title, the building comprises of the below but could be reinstated to a single-family 4 bed 2 bath home – subject to the necessary permissions.

Upper Floor Flat
3 bed 1 bed
954 sqft (approx)

Lower/Ground Flat
1 bed 1 bath
652 sqft (approx)

Total: 1,606 sqft (approx)

In 1847, the house was purchased by former owner Mr Burrows and his son who owned a dental practice in stucco-fronted Regents Park and brought that aspiring architectural influence with him redesigning the exterior of the house to what you see today which is unique to the area. The business under the name of his son Burrows Junior proudly emblazoned on the exterior and can still be seen today. Incredible preserved features include cast iron fireplaces, authentic sash windows with shutters and even on many of the door frames original mezuzahs, a Jewish charm or prayer which signifies hope and protection.

New Road is located in the heart of East London, South of Brick Lane and approximately 0.3 miles from Whitechapel station. The Myrdle Street Conservation Area is a district well-known for its rich heritage in art and culture. There is a wide range of award winning restaurants, barista cafes and boutique shops within a short walk, including Mr White’s English Chophouse in the New Road Hotel and the famous Blind Beggar Pub.

Whitechapel is an area of London’s East End that over the years has seen and continues to enjoy vast regeneration and investment bringing exciting brands, companies and occupiers to the area. The Royal London Hospital and Whitechapel Gallery plus Spitalfields Market are also close by.

Currently Let with vacant possession available by issuing the relevant notices. Any notices for vacant possession may be issued on exchange of contracts.