Positioned high above Hoxton Square with spectacular views towards the city skyline from a large roof terrace, this wonderfully bright penthouse space was completely redesigned by award-winning Block Architecture.
This impressive space is almost completely open plan with windows that stretch along the full length of the southern wall. A beautiful teak floor runs throughout.
The current wooden "pod" structure (with bed space) and kitchen island may be removed with owner's consent.
The space will come with 1 x bed, 1 x 4 seater sofa and 1 x table.
Hoxton Square was an early example of London's garden squares. Completed in 1720 and designed to emulate existing squares in the west of London, it was the first of its type in the area. In the 19th century the square and surrounding streets became the centre of Shoreditch's furniture and carpentry trade. Today, the immediate area has an exciting mix of restaurants and galleries, including Mark Hix's Tramshed, Shoreditch House, Ace Hotel, Hales Gallery, Parasol Unit and Victoria Miro Gallery. The shops of Redchurch Street and Spitalfields are all within striking distance. Old Street Station (Northern Line) and Shoreditch High Street station (London Overground) and Liverpool Street station are all within walking distance.
The ground floor of this warehouse building was home to the Blue Note two decades ago, where the legendary Metalheadz nights took place. They were considered the most important nights in drum n' bass history.
Available from December 12.