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A 2 bedroom, duplex apartment set on the 1st and 2nd floors of sought-after Keeling House - a stunning example of a Brutalist residential building with a Grade II* Listed status in acknowledgement of its architectural significance.
In great decorative order throughout, the 1st floor comprises an open plan living space with a modern kitchen with integrated appliances, a private east facing balcony, and hallway storage housing the washing machine. The 2nd floor features a good-sized master bedroom with deep built-in storage space, second double bedroom, bathroom, and further hallway storage cupboard. The clean and contemporary finish offers a range of practical and premium benefits including charming herringbone floor in the living room, exposed timber flooring in the master bedroom, secondary glazing with low emissivity glass, and a refurbished bathroom with rainfall shower and subway tiles. Built circa 1954, Keeling House was designed by one of Britain’s great architects - Denys Lasdun. The building was given a Grade II* listing in 1993 and the building was renovated by Munkenbeck + Marshall architects in 2001. Approached via a set of secure gates, the building is manned by superb day porter Graham. Keeling House has a communal courtyard with two water features, secure cycle storage and car parking area (undesignated). There is lift access, with each floor further secured with individual floor door codes.
Bordered by two big green parks and just a stone’s throw from the City, this buzzy neighbourhood is a mixing pot of old school East Enders and young professionals. Long standing cafes and pubs sit alongside cool cocktail bars and fine dining restaurants. There is a thriving arts scene here too, largely pioneered by Maureen Paley and Calvert Avenue is one of the neighbourhood’s best kept shopping secrets. Be sure to check out Bethnal Green if you’re a fan of eclectic neighbourhoods and easy commutes!