De Havilland Studios, Theydon Road, E5., London, Greater London, E5 9NY

De Havilland Studios, Theydon Road, E5.
London Greater London E5 9NY
United Kingdom

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Property

Ownership: For Sale
Type: Apartment
Bedrooms: 1 BR
Bathrooms: 1
Pets: Pets Allowed
Area: 95M² (1026 sq ft)
Tenure: Leasehold

Financials

Price: £595,000
($719,950)
Arthur Kotliarovas
Real Estate Advisor
European Headquarters | 1 Cornhill, London EC3V 3ND, United Kingdom

Description

De Havilland studios, a superb example of the modernist architecture of the legendary engineer Sir Owen Williams, this 1930s Art Deco magnificent building has become a highly sought-after London loft-style living space. Formerly aircraft parts producing factory, later transformed into a series of open, loft-style studio apartments by the award-winning developer Hollybrook in the 90's.

One such unit is this superb 1,026 square feet open-plan living space positioned on the top floor featuring 12ft high ceilings, masses of light from an entire wall of windows, a good size double bedroom and a private terrace spanning the entire width of the apartment with panoramic views. This is a classic top floor loft living in the emerging Clapton area, one of East London's creative hubs.

Transport links include a short walk to Clapton Overground Station with direct access into Liverpool Street within 15 mins and numerous buses that take you to nearby Hackney, Stoke Newington and the City.

As the creatives move further east, places like Clapton become more and more popular. And Clapton really is the place right now, rivalling Peckham for its swift influx of cool bars, boozers and independent restaurants. One really can be extremely well fed and watered in this once overlooked neighbourhood – it is happening now!

Tenure: Leasehold.

EPC: C

One allocated parking place is included.

Amenities

  • 12 ft high ceilings
  • Hardwood Floor
  • Lift
  • Private Balcony
  • Spacious Open Plan Living

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Top floor loft with private terrace and panoramic views at one of East London's most popular industrial conversions, De Havilland Studios.

Description

De Havilland studios, a superb example of the modernist architecture of the legendary engineer Sir Owen Williams, this 1930s Art Deco magnificent building has become a highly sought-after London loft-style living space. Formerly aircraft parts producing factory, later transformed into a series of open, loft-style studio apartments by the award-winning developer Hollybrook in the 90's.

One such unit is this superb 1,026 square feet open-plan living space positioned on the top floor featuring 12ft high ceilings, masses of light from an entire wall of windows, a good size double bedroom and a private terrace spanning the entire width of the apartment with panoramic views. This is a classic top floor loft living in the emerging Clapton area, one of East London's creative hubs.

Transport links include a short walk to Clapton Overground Station with direct access into Liverpool Street within 15 mins and numerous buses that take you to nearby Hackney, Stoke Newington and the City.

As the creatives move further east, places like Clapton become more and more popular. And Clapton really is the place right now, rivalling Peckham for its swift influx of cool bars, boozers and independent restaurants. One really can be extremely well fed and watered in this once overlooked neighbourhood – it is happening now!

Tenure: Leasehold.

EPC: C

One allocated parking place is included.

Amenities

  • 12 ft high ceilings
  • Hardwood Floor
  • Lift
  • Private Balcony
  • Spacious Open Plan Living

Neighborhood

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