Designed by the renowned practices of Karakusevic Carson Architects and David Chipperfield Architects, Anthology's Hoxton Press takes its name from the site's former printing and crafts heritage. Previously home to the Mullord Brothers, it was here that they produced beautiful intricate Victorian-era paper work between 1860 and 1920.
Located on the corner of Penn Street and Bridport Place, Anthology Hoxton Press consists of two hexagonal Towers of 16 and 20 storeys, Mono and Duo. On the ground floor of Mono Tower you can find a public café whilst in the basement there are 35 car parking spaces available for purchasers.
Arranged over the top two floors of the Duo Tower this three bedroom, South West facing Penthouse apartment delivers in every way. The open-plan kitchen/dining/Living-room is spaciously laid out making sure to take advantage of the unforgettable and breath-taking, panoramic views out over Shoreditch Park and to the City beyond.
The Kitchen comes with integrated appliances, bespoke handless cabinetry with soft close drawers and cupboards and polished silestone worktops and splash back. A Large wrap-around covered balcony is accessed by floor to ceiling doors, a perfect year round space for morning coffee or pre dinner drinks. There are three generously proportioned, high ceilinged bedrooms, the Master comes with a large en-suite and dressing area. With plenty of storage clutter can be kept to a minimum. A family bathroom is situated in a central position allowing for privacy from the outside. Stairs lead up to the amazing private roof terrace with far reaching views.
Whereever you want to go in London or beyond, it's all within easy reach of Anthology Hoxton Press. Hoxton Station and Old street station are within walking distance for both Underground and Overground trains. You can walk into the City in no time while getting out of town is easy from the A10, taking you to the North Circular and the M25.