Created from a triplex warehouse shell, this hugely flexible Spitalfields loft apartment offers an eclectic and lateral living and working environment in the heart of this historic neighbourhood.
Located in the creative hub that is The Jackson and Joseph Building, this glorious space would suit those looking for a bright, lateral and more industrial alternative to the Hugenot houses that the area is rightly celebrated for. The J & J building sits right at the very heart of this astonishingly photogenic area and just a few moments from Spitalfields Market itself.
Entered via a smart communal courtyard, the apartment immediately opens up into a vast reception room which, with its high ceilings and large windows, would make a fantastic creative work space.
A smart contemporary staircase leads up to the first floor, which offers an expansive and very flexible living and sleeping environment. There is a large main bedroom, which leads to a massive, self indulgent bathroom, with lovely natural light provided by large, industrial crittal windows. The main living space at this level is vast and bright, with yet more crittal windows and acres of wood flooring. The owners have sourced the most beautiful, bespoke storage solutions, which completely transforms this floor. There is a cool, raised sleeping deck with underfloor storage.
The lower ground floor of the apartment provides the kitchen area, which is both big and bold in its design. Multiple light settings create a bit of a party atmosphere down here, aided by the steam room close by!
In short, this is a very exciting addition to the London Lofts rental portfolio and we would highly recommend a viewing to those looking for a genuine, out of the ordinary living experience in this truly special location.
For those who do not know, Princelet Street is included among some of the most picturesque streets in East London and the area is well-known for its role in the art scene internationally. The famous market is on your doorstep and vibrant Brick Lane just a few yards away. The food, fashion and art scene here provides to many places to mention and the transport links are 10 minutes away at Liverpool Street Station.