Victorstone are delighted to present this rare to the market three double bedroom Grade II listed Georgian town-house in Whitechapel, E1. Located just 5 minutes walk to Whitechapel Station (District, Ham & City, Elizabeth and London Overground lines) and less than a mile from The City of London the property is excellently positioned for swift access to central London as well as the cities two financial centres.
Having undergone a radical transformation in recent years Whitechapel, Shoreditch and Spitalfields have fast become arguably East London's two popular areas. Shoreditch is hailed as East London's go-to Nightlife hot spot whilst Spitalfields market offers a plethora of exciting food stalls, luxury goods retailers and independent stores. The area is teaming with fantastic restaurants such as Whitechapel's iconic Tayyabs, the classy St john Bread and Wine or the steak lovers institution that is Hawksmoor.
Set over four floors and boasting over 1600 sq ft this charming property offers extensive versatile living space with the added benefit of potential to extend to the rear (subject to planning consent). Though in need of modernistaion the current owners have been careful to maintain and preserve as much of history as possible with many historic features being the original or of the same period such as the sash windows (and shutters), wall paneling, fireplaces and floorboards.
The property comprises three double bedrooms, authentic fitted kitchen, attractive private courtyard garden, generous family bathroom, two reception rooms, and private roof terrace (accessed via ladder).
This particular home unlike the those on the rest of the street has a unique feature to the top floor. The building was partially destroyed during the Blitz and the severely damaged top floor and roof were replaced with the present wooden-framed glass atrium and the huge sash windows.
This is an opportunity to aquire a truly stunning period home with a wealth of features so rare to find in the present day and age that so many people try to recreate them. Though the home is rustic and a little rough around the edges it would make for an incredible and exciting project and could become a real statement home.