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This is a rare find as one of very few remaining properties in the Spitalfields Conservation area to offer such a wealth of preserved original features throughout. The late owner bought the house in the early 1980's its having previously been used as offices for a taxi firm, which had fortunately clad many of the original panel walls so preserving them perfectly intact behind. With the help of friends over the years the house was painstakingly reinstated as a magnificent home.
Spanning 2456sqft across five floors, there is a kitchen and dining room on the lower ground floor with an abundance of exposed brick work, modern gas Rayburn oven as well as an open fireplace. The unique gas lighting provides brightness and warmth whilst serving as homage to a house steeped in history.
The ground floor is currently arranged as a bedroom and study whilst the first floor has a lovely and bright reception room. The exquisite ornamental fireplace surround is said to have been rescued from destruction during restoration work at Oscar Wilde’s old home in Chelsea.
On the second floor are a further two interlinked bedrooms whilst the top floor is a self contained studio apartment with bathroom and separate kitchen.
At almost 30ft long the rear garden provides a genuinely peaceful haven.
The Spitalfields Conservation area is one of London's true gems forming the best collection of early Georgian townhouses in Britain and was home to the wealthy French Huguenots who brought their silk weaving skills to the Capital.
Fournier Street, formerly Church Street, was named after a man of Huguenot extraction, George Fournier and joins Commercial Street to Brick Lane It is also home to one of London's great landmarks, Christchurch Spitalfields designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor, and is widely considered to be one of the most desirable streets in the area.
Located on the very edge of the City, it is within a half-mile radius of Liverpool Street station (the Overground, Circle, District and Metropolitan Lines) and is a stone's throw away from all the bars and restaurants that trendy Brick Lane and Spitalfields Market have to offer. The introduction of Crossrail (Elizabeth line) in 2018 will further underpin the excellent transport links available and the popularity of the area.
2 Reception Rooms
Almost 30Ft Rear Garden
Kitchen Dining Room
Built in Circa 1726
Spitalfields Conservation Area
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