This fantastically unusual four-story loft style house is situated in a wonderfully secluded interior courtyard just off Kingsland Road/Shoreditch High Street.
Designed by the architects Cox Bulleid, this 3-bedroom property was built in 2008 to exacting environmental standards. It was named Best Eco Home at the Grand Designs Awards in 2009, with energy efficiency being paramount to its design.
Offering in excess of 1800sqft of internal space, the property is accessed via gated south-facing courtyard garden, which could be used as parking for two cars if needed. Arranged over four floors, the ground floor offers an open-plan studio space with kitchenette, this capacious area would lend itself as a working/creative space. A bright stairwell leads to the first floor which opens out into a spacious and airy, part double heighted kitchen and reception room, with access to a balcony. The second floor has two bedrooms and a bathroom with one bedroom having access to a large south facing balcony. The fourth floor is given over to the master bedroom and ensuite bathroom, the bedroom once again benefits from direct access to the south facing balcony with stunning views across the city.
Crooked Billet Yard sits in the heart of Shoreditch with the bars and restaurants of Hoxton Square and the Shoreditch Triangle on your doorstep. Columbia Road and Spitalfields Market are also both close by with transport connections at Hoxton for the overground and Old Street for the underground.