We all love a project don't we? Certainly in my heady days as an agent, they were the sought after pick of the bunch. It didn't matter where you lived or wanted to live, there was always another budding Sarah Beeny looking for that place to put their own stamp on and to be honest, I can see why, why pay over the top for the previous owners paint and paper when you're going to do your own things anyway....
Now, try finding that un-modernised space in London and the old proverb ("rarer than rocking horse sh*t) springs to mind. That was until this huge space to the East of the big smoke reared its head, bravo! I thought. So why hasn't it sold? That I really cant answer but i guess its indicative of the state of the market generally? who knows....
What I do know is that on closer inspection, this place should tick all the boxes and maybe even give Kevin McCloud and warm fuzzy feeling, its a place that any inspired interior guru could turn in to a Grand Design of their own.
There's just over 2200 sq ft to play with, three floors of loft loveliness that is crying out to suitably played about with. All the hall marks are there, decent ceiling height, spacious open plan rooms, some exposed beams, wooden floors and all of it wrapped up with exposed brick work.
The building that houses this apartment is almost text book, ask someone to describe a loft building and they would conjure up the exterior of this former dog biscuit factory in what was once the industrial heartland of London's East End.
And the price? well, a snip under £1 Million. Thats a lot lot flat for the money (in my opinion)