Whites Row, E1

£3,500,000 OIEO
  • Ref PRP16239931
  • Bedrooms 5
  • Bathrooms 5
  • Reception Rooms 3
  • Council Tax Band H
  • Tenure Freehold
  • Floor Area: 3,386 sqft
  • Local Authority: Tower Hamlets
3,386 sqft (approx.)
  • Ref: PRP16239931
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 5
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Council Tax Band: H
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Floor Area: 3,386 sqft
  • Local Authority: Tower Hamlets
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Property Features

  • Retractable roof
  • Internal living wall
  • Architect designed

Property Summary

Spread across 3,386 sqft (approx.) and spanning 5 floors, this Grade II listed, modernised residence which dates back to the 18th Century boasts 5 double bedrooms, 5 bathrooms (plus wc), 2 reception rooms, and an exceptionally unique living space, right in the heart of historical Spitalfields. This impressive former Huguenot townhouse with a double frontage dates back to around 1773 and stands out as a prestigious trophy home.

Full Details

Spread across 3,386 sqft (approx.) and spanning 5 floors, this Grade II listed, modernised residence which dates back to the 18th Century boasts 5 double bedrooms, 5 bathrooms (plus wc), 2 reception rooms, and an exceptionally unique living space, right in the heart of historical Spitalfields. This impressive former Huguenot townhouse with a double frontage dates back to around 1773 and stands out as a prestigious trophy home.

Originally a Shipping Merchants Residence, and since revitalized by renowned local designer Chris Dyson Architects in 2009 for a private client, the house seamlessly blends period charm with modern day luxury. The meticulous attention to detail is evident throughout each floor, showcasing a high-end specification from the wide boarded flooring to sophisticated lighting systems which harmoniously integrated into the overall design.

The exterior of the house features a grand and imposing facade with historic wrought iron railings which enclose a stepped main entrance plus a side door that once granted access to servants but now more convenient for grocery loading or bicycles. Today, these entrances lead into a striking living space and open-plan Gaggenau and Corian clad kitchen, complete with a double-height ceiling and a two-storey retractable glass roof that enriches the lower floor with natural light and highlights the incredible fully irrigated living wall. This entertainment area is further enhanced by a dining area that easily caters for a 12-seater dining table plus additional amenities including AV cabinet, practical larder/utility room and a dumb waiter serving the roof terrace and master bedroom.

Moving up to the raised ground floor, two living rooms, one with a log burner, and a separate office/library overlook the spacious double-height dining area below. The original and restored staircase leads to the upper floors, housing four generously sized double bedrooms, each with its own en-suite bathroom or shower room. The top floor features a generous principal bedroom with a disconnected open gas fireplace, expansive bathroom with dual sinks and showers, plus a walk-in wardrobe. Additionally, a private roof terrace accessible from the principal bedroom offers a perfect space to dine and relax on a summers evening.

Situated by Old Spitalfields Market and opposite the redeveloped Fruit & Wool Exchange, Whites Row is a side street in Spitalfields with both Bishopsgate and the City a short walk away. The surrounding area has a plethora of award-winning bars and restaurants including the likes of Gunpowder, Hawksmoor & St John's plus the endless selection of boutique retailers in Spitalfields.

Transport connections are excellent with the Underground, Elizabeth Line and National Rail options available from Liverpool Street, Shoreditch High Street Overground Station, and Aldgate Stations.