- One bedroom mezzanine
- Set within the famous Bow Quarter Development
- High ceilings and spacious living space
- Gym, swimming pool, restaurant & bar facilities
- Chain free
Set within the ever popular Bow Quarter Development, a converted grade II listed group of Buildings that was originally built in the 1870’s for the Bryant and May match factory and redeveloped in the 1980s, this is a truly stunning spacious one bedroomed mezzanine apartment within the Manhattan Building.
Combining capacious interiors with contemporary fittings, the property is flooded with natural light and a high-quality finish, offering ample living space with original period features.
This generous and outstanding property is beautifully presented and comprises spacious reception room, stylish and modern fitted kitchen, sleek bathroom, mezzanine bedroom with storage room/walking-in wardrobe, beautiful floor-to-ceiling windows, wooden floor throughout, a staircase to the upper floor, exposed brickwork.
It offers full use of the gym, swimming pool, steam room and Jacuzzi, onsite bar, restaurant and a convenience store together with 24 hours concierge.
The property is located on a quiet residential area moments from the shops, restaurants, bars and desirable facilities of Bow and Mile End, in addition to the shopping, dining and entertainment of Shoreditch and the City; it is also found in close proximity to the fashionable Olympic Village, the Westfield Shopping Centre and the green open space of Victoria Park.
Local transport links include Bow Road Tube Station, Mile End Tube Station and Bow Church DLR providing quick and reliable links throughout London (Central, District, Hammersmith and City and DLR Lines); these include reliable bus routes into the City and the West End and the motorists will find easy access to the A12 for routes in and out of London.
Agents Note: This property is Tenanted. The photographs shown do not represent the current appearance of the property. Access for photography purposes has not been possible due to the pandemic. Physical viewings are being offered.