This classic loft has 1450 sq ft (approx.) of lateral space with 2 beds and 2 baths. Situated on the second floor of a converted Victorian warehouse, the apartment has been designed with modern simplicity in mind whilst embracing the original brickwork, loading doors and numerous large sash windows that let in natural light throughout. Ravey Street is within a small niche quarter of central Shoreditch with some of the earliest warehouse conversions that the area has become famous for. With the increase of new high rise residential blocks, true lofts are becoming a rare find.
The entrance sits at the front of the apartment by the original large loading doors where the emphasis on open plan space is immediate. The expansive living space leads the eye to the kitchen with breakfast bar and large dining space at one end. The kitchen consists of a long island capped with a concrete worktop, AEG appliances and multiple storage cupboards. The two good sized double bedrooms situated at either end of the loft both have en-suite bathrooms, one with a contemporary free standing bath and walk in wardrobe and the other with large shower, both finished with white tiling and dark stylish fixtures. The interiors are simple and elegant, blending the original raw fabric of the old warehouse with sensitive modern touches, with refurbished oiled floorboards extending throughout the loft.
Ravey Street is located in central Shoreditch on the Eastern fringe of the City of London and is a short walk away from Liverpool Street Station, Shoreditch Overground and Old Street tube (Northern Line) The property is perfectly positioned for those looking to take advantage of the vast selection of shops, bars and restaurants the area offers with all the local amenities that can be found in the Shoreditch Triangle and Spitalfields.