For Sale

Charles Hayward Building, Goldsmith Row, Hackney, E2

£750,000
  • Ref: ETL1000072
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Leasehold
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Property Features

  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Private South Facing Paved Garden
  • Over 1,200 Sq. Ft.
  • Large Windows & High Ceilings
  • Master & En-Suite Bathroom
  • South Facing Private Terrace Garden
  • Finished To A High Standard Throughout
  • Moments From Columbia Road & Broadway Market
  • Original facade Of Queen Elizabeth Children's Hospital
  • Chain Free

Property Summary

*Attractively Priced*
A stunning three bedroom duplex apartment measuring over 1,200 sq. ft. and with a south facing private terrace, set behind the striking original facade of the former Queen Elizabeth Children's Hospital.

Comprising a large open plan fully integrated kitchen/diner and living space, a guest w/c and utility room to the upper level. The lower level comprises of three double bedrooms and a contemporary bathroom. The master bedroom further benefits from a walking wardrobe area, an en-suite shower room and access to a private south facing garden. Forming part of the highly sought-after original building, the property is spread over the raised and lower ground floor and measures approximately 1,249 sq. ft.

Finished to a high specification throughout, the property boasts Amtico flooring throughout, high ceilings (minimum 2.5m in the basement) and beautiful over-sized double-glazed windows allowing for a wealth of natural light.

Enjoying an ideal location just moments from the vibrant Columbia Road market and nestled within equal proximity to Broadway market, Shoreditch and the open green spaces of Victoria Park, Haggerston Park and London Fields. A number of transport links service the property including frequent buses on Hackney Road whilst Cambridge Heath (Overground), Hoxton (Overground) and Bethnal Green (Central Line) offer swift train links to the City, West End and beyond. Chain free

The building was first used as a hospital in 1870, with the creation of the buildings along Goldsmiths Row, and later Hackney Road at the beginning of the 20th century. A series of alterations and extensions continued from the 1930s through to the 1970s. The design by award-winning architects HTA Design LLP has been developed to complement its location by incorporating the original and historic facade, on Hackney Road, which has been retained and refurbished as a permanent reminder of the site's long and rich history.