Heneage Street, London, E1

Guide price £1,300,000
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Heneage Street, London, E1 - Guide price £1,300,000

A unique, architect designed (MPH Architects) two bedroom triplex with its own street entrance which occupies the entire top part of the building. Approximately 1340 sqft/124.5 sqm. The building was constructed in 1999 with the accommodation comprising: Entrance at street level, small lobby with hatch to the cellar area with fixed stairs and fitted shelving, stairs up to the reception room with wooden floors, large windows, fitted shelving and a working fireplace.

The internal galley kitchen has ample storage cabinets, Bosch oven, integrated fridge and freezer, wooden worktops, a gas hob, concealed Smeg one and half bowl sink and a combi boiler. The dining area benefits from a wall of windows and adjustable louvres on the exterior to aid privacy and a small balcony. The helical style staircase leads up to a double bedroom and a bathroom with a Bosch washer/dryer in the storage cupboard and a window to the rear of the building. The master bedroom is located on the top floor with fitted wardrobes, book shelves and storage below the eaves, the en-suite bathroom has a storage cupboard, part panelled walls and a window to the rear of the property.

History: An eighteenth-century property had been demolished into its basement as the result of an unrealised road widening scheme, leaving an end- of-terrace plot on a corner of Brick Lane. An existing portakabin on the site had been used previously as the smallest police station in London.

The four storey building was built with unpointed London Stock brick, the staircase was lowered into the building in one piece and can only be fully appreciated from an internal viewing.

Heneage Street was developed in the Georgian period between 1799 and 1819, in land known as "Girles's Ground". Within walking distance of the famous Spitalfields market with its shops and restaurants plus a daily food market the property benefits from everything you would expect from a central London property. The building also benefits from being within a Conservation area.

This buildings brickwork was awarded the Ibstock Downland Prize for Urban Renewal.

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Barbican, City & Clerkenwell Office - Tel: 020 7600 7000

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