This architecturally designed family home is located on one of Islington’s most sought after streets. Coffey Architects transformed the space from its origins as a shop in the late 1800s to a RIBA Award shortlisted home. The property is end of terrace and offers almost 2,700 sq ft across four floors while occupying the imposing corner plot of Gerrard Road and Danbury Street. It is flooded with light due to the east to west orientation, break in adjacent properties and triple aspect sound proofed sash windows. Interior design showcases an impressive Devol kitchen with Wolf, Miele and Perrin and Rowe taking centre stage. The worktops are Arabescato marble and lighting is courtesy of John Cullen. Ample glass on this floor means it is especially bright and there is a convenient playroom with an unrestricted view from the entertaining area. This space has previously been used as a nanny flat and there is dual access. The raised ground floor offers ample lateral space and ornate period features to include cornicing, fire place, wooden flooring reclaimed from a Victorian shop in Shoreditch, and shutter doors leading to the rear terrace/garden space which connects conveniently with the lower ground. The upper floors of the property house the remaining three bedrooms and impressive master suite occupying an entire floor with walk in wardrobe and en-suite bathroom complete with Aston Matthews freestanding bath, bespoke double sink and Fired Earth tiling. Planning permisson has been granted for mansard roof extension, which could create a beautiful master suite.
East to West Facing
End of Terrace