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Positioned on the second floor of one of Hackney’s most desirable warehouse conversions, a former 1920s clothing factory ideally situated between London Fields, Broadway Market and Victoria Park, this cool apartment features an abundance of warehouse characteristics including exposed brick and double-height concrete ceilings, along with large steel-framed factory windows, light is able to flood through this expansive space.
The voluminous interior was thoughtfully renovated circa 2018 (with further storage and decorative improvements added by the current owner) to provide a contemporary finish with a high specification including a Bulthaup fully integrated kitchen and engineered wood flooring with underfloor heating throughout its circa 1,050 sqft. The apartment comprises a spacious hallway entrance with storage, kitchen with breakfast bar area, expansive living, dining and entertaining space with built in home office and storage area. Large double bedroom with high ceilings allowing for further built-in storage/wardrobes; shower room with polished concrete flooring and high specification Hansgrohe showerhead and taps. An open-tread staircase leads up to a galleried mezzanine level which houses a second guest bedroom - cleverly partitioned off with white framed crittal style glass panelling. The apartment benefits from long and expansive views of the surrounding streetscape, along with a designated parking space in the secure underground car park. In 2020, the apartment applied for planning permission and was granted a change of use from Live/Work to full Residential use status (an important change as it opens more mortgage options for the apartment and gives more security for any owner against any unnecessary costs). Five King Edward’s Road is an outstanding Art Deco warehouse, one of the earliest conversions in Hackney and now home to 84 apartments with a diverse community of residents.