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Keeling House, Claredale Street, Bethnal Green, E2


Sold - £450,000

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Flat Apartment

1 Bedroom

1 Bathroom

Arrange a viewingor call +44 (0)20 3176 1270

An exceptional one-bedroom apartment set on the 5th floor with south facing views in sought-after Keeling House - a stunning example of a Brutalist residential building with a Grade II* Listed status in acknowledgement of its architectural significance.

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 residents car parking area (undesignated). There is lift access, with each floor further secured with individual floor door codes. Interior Stripped back to shell and core, this apartment has been completely and comprehensively refurbished by its current (architect) owner. The clean and contemporary finish offers a range of practical and premium benefits including underfloor heating throughout with oak engineered parquet flooring in the bedroom and living area, and brick red quarry tiles in the hallway and kitchen. The bespoke-made kitchen features Calacatta Oro quartz work tops and milled brass handles, a Quooker hot water tap, Smeg slimline integrated dishwasher and a large larder style cupboard with electric outlets inside. The kitchen island benefits from further storage, and a smartly designed adjoining oak tabletop creates a dining area/breakfast bar. The remodelled shower room features a large walkin shower with Grohe fittings, Claybrook tiles to walls, Mosaic Factory terrazzo floor tiles, a Quartz countertop and Flos wall lights. The bedroom is accessed via a Crittall style sliding door with reeded glazing, and includes Flos pendant lights and an open wardrobe and shelving area. Farrow and Ball and Little Greene paints have been used throughout this perfectly formed space.

Located on the borders of Bethnal Green and Hackney, this home is ideally located for all the coffee shops, acclaimed restaurants, bars and independent retailers of the surrounding area. Easthaus favourite Ozone on Emma Street is just around the corner and an amazing breakfast spot; The Common on Old Bethnal Green Road and The Hand and Flowers on Hackney Road serve up delicious coffee and cakes, The Marksman on Hackney Road cooks a superb Sunday lunch and is just a short walk away, and Campagnia on Ezra street is a locally loved dining and brunch spot serving up authentic Italian food. The property is within easy reach of Broadway Market, The Regents Canal, and Columbia Road with its renowned flower market. Haggerston Park and Hackney City Farm, as well as Victoria Park and London Fields are all easy to get to green open spaces. The property is circa 0.4 miles from Bethnal Green (central line), and Cambridge Heath (overground) is approximately 0.2 miles away.

DetailsLeasehold with circa 977 years remainingService charges: Circa £3,100 per annumGround rent: £200 per annumCouncil Tax Band: C, Tower HamletsEPC Rating: C

Bethnal Green

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!

Printers & Stationers - A specialist wine shop and bar hidden away on Ezra Street.