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Converted Warehouse for Sale: Shoreditch, London EC2

02 Aug
August 2, 2013

Description

A freehold four-storey converted warehouse for sale situated on residential roads in Shoreditch, London.

Information

This four-storey converted warehouse is positioned on one of the most sought-after residential roads in Shoreditch. Previously a furniture factory built by John Barr & Sons in 1865, the property has been restored by the architect Andrew Fielder.

Meticulous care and attention has gone in to retaining the original features, including wonderful brick walls with layer upon layer of paint, timber floors, loading doors and fireplaces, all of which is combined with contemporary fittings. Every floor has dual-aspect windows, giving exceptional light and beautiful interiors throughout.

On the ground floor there is a spacious studio/workshop space with resin floor, utility area and WC. This would be ideal for someone looking for a space in which to work, but could easily be transformed into a kitchen or additional living space if desired. Accessed from here is a charming private courtyard. The studio space could also be used for off-street parking, as there is direct access at street level.

The first floor is entirely dedicated to a large bedroom space with ensuite bathroom and high-quality bespoke wardrobes. An amazing open-plan kitchen/reception occupies the second floor, and there are two further double bedrooms and a bathroom over the third floor.
In addition to the outside space of the courtyard, there is a fabulous decked roof terrace with views south towards many of the City’s most iconic buildings. Measuring close to 500 sq ft, it is an ideal area for entertaining in the summer months.


Location: Charlotte Road London EC2
Guide price: £2,750,000, Freehold
House size: 3 bedrooms, 2 receptions, 2 bathrooms, 2204 square feet
Features: Exposed brick walls, off street parking, courtyard, roof terrace.

Further details can be found here.

Converted Chapel for Sale: Earl Soham, Suffolk

14 Dec
December 14, 2012

Description

This converted chapel for sale (yes, I know, another one) is a former 19th-century chapel that was recently completed by Andrew Hughes Architects and transformed into a five-bedroom home. The house can be found bordering water meadows in one of Suffolk’s most appealing villages, Earl Soham.

Hughes was been careful to conserve many of the original features of the building – such as the original ceiling scissor beams – while opening up the spaces of the former chapel. A large, light open-plan living / kitchen / dining room occupies the entire first floor and leads out onto a terrace, which offers views across the surrounding countryside.

Further accommodation includes, on the ground floor, five bedrooms (two with en-suite bathrooms) and a second reception room. There is also a utility room, a family bathroom and a small shower room. The former Sunday School building sits alongside the main house and provides an extra versatile space that has the potential to be used as a further guest bedroom, a games room or office / studio. The good-sized garden is largely lawn bordered by beds and hedgerows with an area of orchard at the far end.

The house is within walking distance of the village green at the centre of Earl Soham, a thriving and sought-after Suffolk village. It benefits from a highly regarded pub (that brews its own beer), an award-winning butcher, a tennis club and an excellent primary school.

Ipswich is 14 miles to the south and provides regular rail services to London Liverpool Street, taking just over one hour.

Price

You’ll be pleased to know that it’s slighty cheaper than the chapel I featured earlier this month and it’s freehold!

I did say slightly, it’s on for £695,000 and as usual, further details/pictures can be found here.

Converted Chapel for Sale: Mayfield, East Sussex

06 Dec
December 6, 2012

This 2 bedroom converted chapel for sale in Mayfield, East Sussex has been done to the highest standards whilst sympathetically retaining period features and fixtures. I think you’ll agree that this is a stunning property.

Description

The Chapel – Glorious Grade II Listed chapel magnificently restored to form a unique 2 bedroom home and centrepiece to this prestigious development.

Location

Mayfield Grange is situated in an idyllic position nestled close to the historic village of Mayfield and approx 7 miles from the town of Royal Tunbridge Wells.

Further Information

The Chapel formed an integral part of the original Mayfield College, designed by the renowned architect Edward Pugin, a specialist in the design and construction of ornate ecclesiastical buildings.

Today, The Chapel is a magnificent centrepiece to the Mayfield Grange development with the clear retention and restoration of many original features, including the gold patterned ceiling, the glorious stained glass windows and the stone carvings.

Complemented by a stylish kitchen with a selection of integrated appliances, beautiful wood flooring and a stunning spiral staircase leading to the mezzanine floor and the master suite, the Chapel is a sophisticated and unique home.
The Chapel faces out onto the restored cricket pitch with countryside views to the south beyond.

Price

So, the price.
Well it’s on the market with an asking price of £795,000 and the property is a leasehold.
I couldn’t find details about how long the lease is, but further details/photos are available on the estate agent’s website.

Property Inspiration: Bogbain Mill in Lochussie, Dingwall

19 Nov
November 19, 2012

Bogbain Mill was a project that incorporates the ruins of a former mill. Combining the old walls with the new constructions and insertions in the fabric, it is intended to clearly articulate the modern additions set against the solid stone walls of the mill. The internal courtyard has become the focus for the house, and all internal rooms on the ground floor have a direct relationship into this enjoyable south-facing garden overlooking a burn. A new bedroom tower allows views over the wider surrounding landscape.

The original stone mill was narrow, primarily L-shaped in plan, parallel to the road and then running back perpendicular behind. At the back, the land drops away down to a burn that would have powered the original granite waterwheel from a millpond, both now lost. The client also managed to acquire a small wood beyond the burn with an outlook that could securely become part of the brief. The architect has responded thoughtfully by designing a number of simple timber pavilions and additions to the ‘found’ walls, threaded through cross-axes and arranged in unfolding layers of inhabitation over the ruins to create a series of inside and outside courtyard spaces.

location: Lochussie, Dingwall
project type: private house
client: private
size: 350m2
completion: 2011
team: Alan Dickson, Nick Thomson, Marnie Macdonald, Ian Grant
photography: copyright Andrew Lee / Rural Design

Futher information and images can be found here on the architects website.

Converted Granary for sale: Linton, Cambridgeshire

23 Oct
October 23, 2012

Today we are featuring a 4 bedroom converted former granary for sale. Situated in the village of Linton, 12 miles from the city of Cambridge.

Description
A recently refurbished detached former granary in a popular Cambridgeshire village

Further information
40 Mill Lane is a former Granary which has been refurbished throughout by the current owners to an enviable standard whilst retaining a huge amount of charm and character. The attractive house has accommodation set over three floors and provides spacious modern accommodation throughout. Internally there are exposed timber beams, wood and tiled flooring and the accommodation overall is very light and spacious.

To the ground floor there is an entrance lobby and utility room. From the lobby is the good quality refitted kitchen with large Rangemaster oven. There is a ‘snug’ room off which in turn leads into the dining room, second lobby, cloaks/WC and garden room. The flooring throughout the ground floor is tiled.

The large triple aspect first floor sitting room has wooden flooring and large floor to ceiling window making it a light and airy room. There are also two bedrooms and family bathroom to this floor.

To the second floor, the impressive master bedroom has built in wardrobes and double doors to a balcony. There is also a frosted glazed wall to the en suite shower/wet room. The good sized second bedroom also has a re-fitted en suite shower room and eaves storage.

Outside there is an attractive garden with paved terrace together with a double garage and off street parking for 2 cars.

Guide price: £549,950

Further details are available here.

 

 

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