If factory conversions are your thing, you might well like this two-bedroom apartment in The Jam Factory, London, SE1.
Constructed as a factory for Sir William Hartley’s famous jam-making company in 1902, it was converted by Ian Simpson Architects in 2003 into dwelling spaces, all working with the original Edwardian space, not least with the original red brick.
This particular apartment has approximately 1,110 sq ft of living space, which includes an entrance hall, an open plan kitchen / living / dining room, a bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a second bedroom and balcony space.
According to the agent, it has also been updated since the original conversion. The kitchen has been refurbished to include a new Neff induction hob, oven and dishwasher for example, the bathrooms have been updated and there are now large built-in wardrobes in both bedrooms.
Finally, this is a gated development, which also offers communal gardens with newly-installed children’s playground, a 24-hour porter and the option to rent parking spaces. There’s also custom fibre-optic internet access, should you work from home a lot.
If you want to move in, the price is £650,000.