Residing within an intriguing art deco building located just 0.6 miles from Finsbury Park Station, you’ll find a one bedroom apartment filled with heritage, character, stylish interiors, and an excellent arrangement of space.
Entry to this delightful home resides on the third floor, after a ride in the elevator or an ascent of the stairs. A generously sized hallway welcomes you inside, decked in light wooden flooring and surrounded by white painted walls – a simple, effective, neutral décor that extends throughout the property. On your left is the bedroom, on your right the bathroom. Ahead is the open plan kitchen and reception room, your first stop on the tour. A striking arrangement of square, double glazed windows dotted about the furthest wall draws your attention immediately upon entry. They cast light across the welcomed depth of space in this room, complemented by a sleek monochromatic kitchen area in one corner. Appliances are cleverly concealed and integrated amongst built-in white cabinetry, with a jet black countertop forming a dramatic, complementary contrast to the fittings. Further storage space is found on your left as you exit the room, hidden within an inbuilt cupboard. Stepping past the threshold, you’ll spy the bedroom on your right, boasting an aluminium-coated floor-to-ceiling window. Across the hallway is the bathroom, fitted with a floating contemporary washbasin beneath a wall-mounted mirror, a deep enclave above the concealed cistern, and a full-sized bath with an overhead shower.
Originally housing the North London Drapery Store, this striking and complex art deco property was built in the 1930s. A breathtaking refurbishment was undertaken in 2012, infusing the building with modern luxuries whilst sensitively reserving the existing character of the original design, including a careful restoration of the faience façade.