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On the market: Four bedroom factory conversion apartment in London SW2

On the market: Four bedroom factory conversion apartment in London SW2
On the market: Four bedroom factory conversion apartment in London SW2

Not the cheapest property we’ve ever featured, but this four bedroomed factory conversion apartment in London SW2 is certainly an impressive piece of design.

On the market: Four bedroom factory conversion apartment in London SW2
On the market: Four bedroom factory conversion apartment in London SW2

This reclaimed industrial space covers around 3,600 sq ft, with pretty much all of it designed to a high degree, with the overall look assisted by a 20ft high vaulted ceiling, some period charm and a lot of state-of-the-art fixtures and fittings.

On the market: Four bedroom factory conversion apartment in London SW2
On the market: Four bedroom factory conversion apartment in London SW2

Specifically, you’ll find a reception room with original wood beams, porcelain brick walls, cast iron radiators and a ‘period lift’, as well as a contemporary kitchen, mezzanine-level master bedroom with air conditioning and walk-in wardrobes, three further large double bedrooms (one with en-suite shower room), a second en-suite luxury stone ‘Alessi’ bathroom with separate walk-in twin shower, smart glass shower room and guest cloakroom.

On the market: Four bedroom factory conversion apartment in London SW2
On the market: Four bedroom factory conversion apartment in London SW2

If you love your gadgets, you’ll also probably appreciate that the place is kitted out for Bang & Olufsen multi room sound and vision, as well as offering Lutron intelligent lighting throughout, top of the range networking, CCTV and that all-important security system. With all that kit, you’ll probably need it.

On the market: Four bedroom factory conversion apartment in London SW2
On the market: Four bedroom factory conversion apartment in London SW2

Located within easy reach of Brixton Hill and not far from  Brixton Underground Station (Victoria Line) and Streatham Hill Station (National Rail), the place is on the market for £1,595,000. Like we said, not the cheapest place around. Lots more photos on the agent’s site.

Find out more at the Zoopla at eBay website