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Princelet Street, Spitalfields, London, E1

2 bedroom flat/apartment in Spitalfields

£695 per week (£3,012 per month) Fees may apply

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- Light filled south facing, recently converted 2 bedroom 2 bathroom 1880s loft warehouse apartment
- Expansive views of the iconic London city skyline including the Gherkin, Scalpel, Cheese Grater and Walkie Talkie buildings from all main rooms
- Exposed brick walls
- Wooden floors
- Massive open-out double glazed warehouse windows
- Huge living / kitchen / dining area
- Stylish fully equipped kitchen with white stone bench top and Bosch ceramic hob, oven, fridge freezer, microwave and washing machine/dryer appliances
- 2 large double bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms: one ensuite and one massive bathroom with over bath shower
- Stylishly furnished
- Artisanal coffee and restaurants on the doorstep eg Nude, St John, Poppies, Hawksmoor, Ottolenghi, Blanchette
- Moments' walk to Brick Lane, Spitalfields Market, Shoreditch, and the City
- Liverpool St tube (Central, Circle, Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan tube lines plus Overground) 10 minutes' walk away
- Aldgate East tube (Circle, District lines) 10 minutes' walk away
- Shoreditch Overground (Ginger Line) 5 minutes' walk away
- Lots of storage and cupboard space

Inside Shoreditch

from a local eye view

In the area

We think Shoreditch is easily the most interesting, creative and vibrant place to live in London today where slick contemporary developments sit comfortably alongside cool conversions. While the Shoreditch that we know and love may have enjoyed a colourful past, it’s now home to a rich cultural mix with a booming creative and digital industry. Not only that, it’s an easy commute to the City, Canary Wharf and Central London too.

More about the Area

What's popular in Shoreditch?

  • Dark Sugars

    A chocolate heaven, this little shop here on Brick Lane is filled with mountains of rough and artisan chocolates to tickle the tastebuds

  • Sushi Samba

    Up on the 39th floor of the Heron Building, this extraordinary restaurant may not be cheap but makes for a great night out

Gallery

- Light filled south facing, recently converted 2 bedroom 2 bathroom 1880s loft warehouse apartment
- Expansive views of the iconic London city skyline including the Gherkin, Scalpel, Cheese Grater and Walkie Talkie buildings from all main rooms
- Exposed brick walls
- Wooden floors
- Massive open-out double glazed warehouse windows
- Huge living / kitchen / dining area
- Stylish fully equipped kitchen with white stone bench top and Bosch ceramic hob, oven, fridge freezer, microwave and washing machine/dryer appliances
- 2 large double bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms: one ensuite and one massive bathroom with over bath shower
- Stylishly furnished
- Artisanal coffee and restaurants on the doorstep eg Nude, St John, Poppies, Hawksmoor, Ottolenghi, Blanchette
- Moments' walk to Brick Lane, Spitalfields Market, Shoreditch, and the City
- Liverpool St tube (Central, Circle, Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan tube lines plus Overground) 10 minutes' walk away
- Aldgate East tube (Circle, District lines) 10 minutes' walk away
- Shoreditch Overground (Ginger Line) 5 minutes' walk away
- Lots of storage and cupboard space

Live like a local

  • Shoreditch High Street
  • Aldgate East
  • Aldgate
  • London Liverpool Street
  • Liverpool Street
  • Whitechapel

We think Shoreditch is easily the most interesting, creative and vibrant place to live in London today where slick contemporary developments sit comfortably alongside cool conversions. While the Shoreditch that we know and love may have enjoyed a colourful past, it’s now home to a rich cultural mix with a booming creative and digital industry. Not only that, it’s an easy commute to the City, Canary Wharf and Central London too.

  • Dark Sugars

    A chocolate heaven, this little shop here on Brick Lane is filled with mountains of rough and artisan chocolates to tickle the tastebuds

  • Sushi Samba

    Up on the 39th floor of the Heron Building, this extraordinary restaurant may not be cheap but makes for a great night out

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