It started off as a Victorian electroplating factory, but now, this Michael Feldman-designed three-bedroom industrial conversion in Tufnell Park, London N19 offers some pretty stylish living space.
Sat in what’s described as ‘charming private freehold mews road’, which is also gated, the architect has transformed the old working space into as layout geared towards modern open-plan living and with plenary of natural light, whilst still incorporating a touch of its industrial past.
The internal layout covers 1,668 sq ft and is arranged over two floors, with the ground floor offering a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathroom, a second bedroom with fitted wardrobe and en-suite bathroom plus a third bedroom and separate shower room.
The First floor contains a modern fitted kitchen, a bright open-plan dining room and reception room and access to a decked terrace. There is also a ‘living’ roof garden on top of the building.
Not the biggest house you’ll encounter, but the high standard of finish and location does mean a hefty price tag. £1,150,000 is the asking price. Many more images on the listing.