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Former Sweet Factory for Sale: Hove, Brighton

28 Oct
October 28, 2014


A former sweet factory for sale in Hove, Brighton. This four-storey houseforms part of the conversion of the former Maynards Sweet Factory in the popular Poets’ Corner area of Hove, near Brighton.


Originally built in around 1900, the red brick building has been subject to a conversion by the London-based architects John Kerr Associates. Producing a series of light, open-plan spaces with exposed brick walls and high ceilings, John Kerr Associates have created just seven properties of quality that still retain the appeal of the original industrial building.

The ground floor of the house is designated as a work space and features two studios / offices, a utility room and toilet a boiler / storage room. The first floor incorporates two bedrooms (one with an en suite bathroom) and a shower room. The second floor is one large open plan space with a kitchen area in the middle and a dining area and living area on either side. The living area is a double-height space with a large glass roof overhead making is a wonderfully light and airy space. On the third floor is a mezzanine space that could be used for a variety of uses including another bedroom.

There is a roof terrace on the third floor that gives panoramic views across Brighton and Hove and to the sea. At ground level there is a private rear garden, planted with silver birches by the current owners to create a small woodland setting.

Location: The Old Sweet Factory, Brighton, Hove, East Sussex
Guide price: £725,000 / Share of Freehold
House size: 2 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 shower room, 1,534 square feet
Features: Roof terrace, Factory features, Glass roof

Further details can be found here.

Converted Warehouse for Sale: Shoreditch, London EC2

02 Aug
August 2, 2013


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


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.

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