|Minimum Stay||4 nights|
Located in the absolute epicenter of fashionable Shoreditch this interior designed 2 bedroom loft apartment offers 3000 sq ft of very spacious living!You have the entire 4th floor of this building to yourself, the apartment has private door access (the stairwell and reception area is shared with the owner). There is also a external fire escape staircase where you can enjoy an informal coffee outside in the sunshine amongst planted foliage with city views.There is an eclectic style to this apt mixing contemporary with vintage designs.There are many original art works also to be enjoyed.
Please note that there is no elevator and being on the 4th floor means this apt is not suitable for the elderly or infirm.
A blow up bed can also be provided if needed.
A free cleaning service is provided every Thursday afternoon.
Shoreditch is now the unquestionable epicenter of 'hip' London.The area abounds in restaurants,art galleries,music venues,shops etc You are within minutes of Hoxton Square,Brick Lane, Columbia Road Flower Market,the Financial Square mile etc
Local Stations include Shoreditch High St,Old Street and Liverpool St. Buses are frequent from Shoreditch High st and Old St.
Brought up in the Far East and Australia.I am fascinated by design and making a space work.
Alastair G. purchased this apartment in 2007
Grayson Perry said he really could not trust the taste of anyone living west of Marble Arch.Yes Shoreditch can overdo the hipster element, but right now it is without doubt the most exciting location to be in London.Saves a lot on taxis!
Very unusual to get a property of these enormous proportions in central London.Wonderful light streaming in from large industrial windows in the vast open plan living space overlooking views of the trees of Calvert Ave and the spire of St Leonards Church(1730's).
Alastair looked after us so well - a great host in an utterly amazing apartment. We had a fantastic time and would absolutely recommend it - beautifully designed without losing a great feeling of home.
My family and I adored this spatious, well decorated loft. What a wonderful privilege to spend time in London here! The photos don't do justice to the space. Alastair was helpful and dependable. Shoreditch is a great area to be in. I never thought London could be so sunny, but the 22 or so windows really do the trick. The bed was very comfortable. I highly recommend this space and would definitely come back.
We spent a week seeing the sights in central London. After a short trip to France we arrived back in Shoreditch. What a great space and enticing area this is. Much more local and hard not to describe as hip and trendy. Unique nearby shops, restaurants galore, (Spanish Thai,Vietnamese,Indian, traditional) not to mention the proximity of Brick Lane and all that entails. Bukowski Burger at the Box Park is a must. On Sunday morning, the flower market off Columbia Street is a treat. We hopped a bus in front of the Ace Hotel next door and rode to the London Bridge,from there across the street and down to Borough Market. Go on a Fridat or Sat. for full impact and be hungry. Also try the Eggy bread with hokey-pokey butter and bannanas at the Ace Hotel reataurant just to the left out the door. The loft is expansive with Knock-out décor and great views in all directions. I must mention that Michael, upstairs, is the nicest man in London and was so helpful with our endless questions. We had twenty-somethings with us and they were pleasantly surprised with the abundance of nearby nightlife. Shoreditch was a winner with all of us.
location can't be beaten, smack in middle of shoreditch, vast living area with great views over church with trees. fabulous artworks, amazing bathrooms and dreamy beds/rooms. we stayed a week, went to west end but preferred local shops and restaurants (try Andina, Peruvian but book) in shoreditch. columbia road flower market on saturday is divine and have brunch along the market road. great stay, owner communication and service very professional, was a treat.
Shoreditch was once the haunt of the Elizabethan artsy set.Shakespeare spent his early career living and working here and many of his contemporaries are buried in St Leonards Church, which the apt overlooks. By the 19th century the area had degenerated into a crime-ridden slum featuring Jack the Ripper,to be followed a few decades later by the Blitz.
Then, in the 1990s, creative types-think contemporary artists (Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst, et al) and forward-thinking design and media geeks once again moved in, drawn by the urban-grunge vibes, the multiculturalism, and it's sense of history. They transformed Shoreditch's aging industrial buildings into funky lofts, open-plan offices, and buzzing nightclubs. These days, now that it's the city's ground zero of artsy urban cool, it is far from a low-rent district.It is now a fast evolving go to destination which is very much a foodie destination from dining pool side at Shoreditch House to 24 hour beigels to Vietnamese to the Rivington Grill. Eclectic shopping(no chain stores are permitted) and art galleries abound with a now legendary night life.The axis of London has moved eastwards, and Shoreditch is very much it's beating heart.
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My Standard Rate
4 night minimum stay
for 4 nights
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£750|
Security Deposit returned within 5 days of departure,providing no damages.
Cancellation policy:For a 50% refund, cancellation must be made 30 days prior to the day of check in otherwise no refund.I strongly recommend all clients take out insurance to cover cancellation due to unforeseen circumstances.
Please Note: The owner of this property accepts payment in the original currency specified (GBP), before use of conversion tool. The conversion tool is provided for your convenience only. The owner may accept other currencies if specifically agreed in advance.