A stylish living and working place within this Matthias Felsch-designed warehouse conversion in London SE23.
A recent conversion from industrial space and found on a cobbled street, it is one of several warehouse converted into artist’s studios. So if that’s your line (or you want it to be), this could be the dream home for you.
On the downside, you’ll probably need to be in a position of selling quite a few to afford the space. More on that later.
For now, let’s look at the conversion itself, which is a three-floor space split into dedicated ‘life’ and ‘work’ zones.
The entire ground floor is given over to a large studio space with skylights at the rear that let in some much-needed natural day light. You’ll also notice a poured concrete floor and a small shower room, should you need it after a long day in the studio.
Head up the solid oak stairs and you’ll find the first floor, which houses three bedrooms with a good amount of integrated cupboard space, a utility room and a second shower room. Two of the bedrooms have Juliet balconies overlooking the street.
Head up to the last floor and you’ll find an open plan kitchen / dining / living room, the kitchen with new marble work surfaces and integrated appliances.
Folding doors open up onto a roof terrace at the rear. There is also another bathroom to the rear of the floor. The newly installed kitchen features marble work surfaces and integrated appliances.
A great conversion of an industrial space, although the appeal might be a little niche in its present form. The price of this place is £1,150,000.
Images and details courtesy of The Modern House. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit their website.