More 1930s modernism, this time a three-bedroom apartment in the 1930s Burnet, Tait and Lorne-designed Bruno Court, London E8.
Described as an ‘expansive three-bedroom apartment’ in Dalston, it is on the raised ground floor of a building dating from around 1935 – 1936, originally built as an extension to the German Hospital.
It is now grade II-listed and according to the agent, ‘flats in the building rarely come up for sale’. A good-sized apartment for sale too, with around 1,094 sq. ft. of living space which includes a large entrance hall, taking you into an entertaining space that covers the full depth of the building. You will also get a kitchen at the front with views over the garden square plus space for dining in the middle, along with a sitting area at the rear. Three ‘proper’ double bedrooms too.
Outside of that, you get the original Crittall windows with ‘pivoting’ opening mechanism and access to a communal roof terrace with amazing views. You also get a key to the nearby square too. But note that the ‘extras’ do mean an annual service charge.
More on that at the agent’s listing. The price is £795,000.