New Street EC2M

Let Agreed
  • Ref ADM240001
  • Availability Let Agreed
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Reception Rooms 1
  • Council Tax Band G
  • Furnishing Part Furnished
  • Available Now
  • Floor Area: 1,435 sqft
  • Local Authority: City Of London Council
  • Let Type: Long
1,435 sqft (approx.)
  • Ref: ADM240001
  • Availability: Let Agreed
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Council Tax Band: G
  • Furnishing: Part Furnished
  • Available From: Now
  • Floor Area: 1,435 sqft
  • Local Authority: City Of London Council
  • Let Type: Long
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Property Features

  • Former 18th century warehouse
  • Excellent location
  • Lateral apartment

Property Summary

An authentic loft apartment situated on the second floor of this Grade II listed former 18th century warehouse, originally built by the East India Trading company in 1771 located moments from Liverpool Street Station and the City.

Full Details

An authentic loft apartment situated on the second floor of this Grade II listed former 18th century warehouse, originally built by the East India Trading company in 1771 located moments from Liverpool Street Station and the City.

Spanning circa 1,400 sqft this lateral apartment has been finished to a high specification, offering an impressive 30ft living space with open-plan, fully fitted kitchen plus a separate utility room (including separate washer/dryer) to one side. Any budding chef will adore the kitchen which features Gaggenau appliances, a white stone worktop, built-in wine fridge and a large US sized fridge/freezer.

Having been smartly designed when converted, the accommodation is practical and entirely useable with the remaining layout consisting of two well sized double bedrooms, two bathrooms (one en-suite) and plenty of custom built-in storage (the principal room benefits from a walk-in wardrobe).

The Tapestry Building possesses many original features from its former use when the buildings stored exotic imports such as spices, teas, silks and cotton from Asia which include exposed timber ceilings, whitewashed brick walls, steel columns and large sash windows.

Centrally located in the heart of the city close to local shops and amenities which include both Spitalfields Market and Petticoat Lane Market, as well as the shops and restaurants of Liverpool Street. Local favourites include Eataly, Sushi Samba, Galvin La Chapelle, Gaucho and The Ned.

Transport links are convenient with Liverpool Street Station over the road (Circle, Central, Elizabeth Line, Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan line and mainline train station) as well as the Elizabeth line which provides direct connections to Heathrow.