An original brick façade with period sash windows and external shutters sets the scene, with the interior retaining some of its original features, balanced with neutral décor, modern comforts and a unique character. This versatile period home has been livingly maintained and adapted over the years, creating an abundance of natural light and two fabulous floors of living space, ideal for either a growing family of those who like to entertain.
Practical modifications include opening up the lower level, making a bright and spacious kitchen/diner, with a recessed snug beneath the pavement and a convenient utility space adjacent to the modern kitchen. There is also a large wine cellar/storage area. The vendor has added two glazed links, between the main house and rear elevation, creating a seamless flow whilst adding floor space as well as some unique features such as the glazed bedroom/study on the upper level and a light well traversing the house. There is also a subtly disguised wheelchair lift, set within the entrance hall, providing access between the entry and ground levels.
Accessed via Turner Street, the entrance hall is lit from two sides and connects a guest w.c. to the uppers and lower ground levels. The raised ground level comprises an open plan living space, connecting into the glazed addition which in turn leads into a ground floor wet room (disabled friendly). A split level landing leads into the family bathroom, with the first floor accommodates a large double positioned to the front and further double to the rear, which extends into the glazed extension. The second and final floor provides two further double bedrooms, with a roof terrace located off of the half landing, a private sun-trap with a green wall ‘vertical garden’ and irrigation system for low maintenance living.
Newark Street is located in ‘MedCity’ between the Barts & London School of Medicine Library and QMUL’s iconic Blizard Building within the London Hospital conservation area, a short walk into the City. A vast array of local amenities are on your doorstep, from Real Ale pubs to wine bars, independent eateries to cafes, Whitechapel Art Gallery, Brick Lane and Spitalfields market - all within easy walking distance.
Nearby are the following transport links: Whitechapel Overground, Tube and Crossrail (Hammersmith & City, District Line and Elizabeth Line pending completion) – 3 minutes’ walk. Aldgate Tube (Metropolitan and Circle Line), Tower Hill DLR and Tube (District and Circle Line and DLR) and Shadwell DLR, connecting to London City Airport and Canary Warf.
1839 Sq Ft
End of Terrace
Four Double Bedrooms
Two Floors of Living Space