3 Bed | 2 Bath
Built circa 1848 as a workshop for canal maintenance, this Grade II listed building has considerable heritage value and this building will be converted into three stunning homes.
Access is via a secluded courtyard via huge glazed doors taking light into the living areas. These will have external timber shutters to allow security and privacy at night. These doors give uninterrupted views down the canal.
The main living area is largely double height and triple aspect. The open plan kitchen has a range of built in units and appliances, including a feature island. There is also a separate room which could be a study, dining room or bedroom. The ground floor also has a cloakroom. Painted brickwork to the living rooms will ensure the warehouse vibe.
The kitchen has fully integrated appliances including:
The first floor bedrooms are each approached via their own oak staircases. Each bedroom has an en-suite bathroom. The canal side of the bedrooms has a part glazed wall to allow views and light to fill the bedrooms, in additional each bedroom has heritage style roof lights for additional lighting.
The bathrooms include:
Bedroom floors are to be carpeted, living room floors to be timber, and bathroom floors to be tiled. Originally the tramway lines ran into Building 5, Plot 21, and the timber floors will denote where these original tramways were located.
The house has two dedicated parking spaces.Enquire Today Back to Dwellings