Located on one of Spitalfields most popular roads and moments from the famous market itself is this stunning five storey period house.
Finished immaculately throughout, the property offers in excess of 2,700sqft of living space and has been remodelled from top to bottom by the current owners. Entered on the ground floor, a wide hallway opens up through original wood panelled double doors into a large open plan kitchen/dining room that runs the length of the property. Extended to the rear, the kitchen is finished to the highest standard with solid marble and composite worktops, integrated Miele appliances and modern fixtures. Benefitting from roof lights built into the terrace above, the whole floor is wonderfully bright and blends period features with stylish modern fittings, including wide beam wooden flooring and concealed storage.
Each floor has been opened up to maximise the sense of space and light and the first floor is given over to a spacious reception room. A generous but intimate sitting area occupies the portion to the front of the building whilst the rear is used as an additional dining space though could easily house a home office or simply integrate into one very open living space. The west facing terrace is accessed from this level through double doors and is a sun trap with pleasant views over neighbouring Huguenot buildings.
A master bedroom occupies the second floor, again opened up and cleverly designed to allow for an open sleeping, changing and bathroom layout. As with the kitchen, the bathroom is tastefully done, continuing the original floor boards and juxtaposing them with a double walk in shower in stone tiles and modern pedestal sink. The wardrobe and changing space connects the bathroom to the main portion of the bedroom which has charm in abundance with original sash windows and excavated fireplace.
Similar in layout, the second bedroom is set across the third floor. A cast free standing bath proves a central feature, separated from the main sleeping space by a semi frosted glass partition.
The lower ground is flexibly used as a third bedroom or additional reception room and includes a WC and a light well to the rear and front.
Designed to maximise light and space, the house offers all the charm and character of period living whilst offering a flexibility rarely seen in properties of this nature. Wilkes Street is one of Spitalfields premium addresses and sits in a peaceful enclave between the many boutiques and bars of bustling Brick Lane and the traders and restaurants of Spitalfields Market. Liverpool Street station is a five minute walk offering easy access across London whilst the city is a gentle fifteen minute walk.
Available from the beginning of September on a Furnished/Unfurnished basis.