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Converted loft with roof terrace asks $2.4M in London

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With an expertly laid out floor plan

Interior shot of converted warehouse space with exposed brick walls, white built-in storage, exposed beamed ceilings, open kitchen, a sitting area by fireplace, dining area, and study nook.
Furniture is used as unofficial partitions on the main living floor.
Photos via The Modern House

This two-story flat at the top of a former timber warehouse near Hoxton Square in London gets luxury loft living just right. The conversion combines original architectural elements like exposed brick walls, ceiling beams, and hardwood floors with simple modern updates and an expertly laid out floor plan, creating a home that is both comfortable and design forward.

Measuring 1,400 square feet, the apartment features an airy L-shaped main floor with tall ceilings that is conducive to compartmentalized yet open living. The space comprises a living and dining area anchored by a fireplace, an open kitchen with breakfast bar and stainless steel countertops, a workspace, and built-in storage.

Furniture, like a credenza behind the sofa and shelving for records, works double time, not only acting as storage, but also as unofficial partitions. A bedroom and bath are also located on this level.

Upstairs, the master bedroom is flanked by floor-to-ceiling glass sliding glass doors that open on either side to a 750-square-foot rooftop terrace offering outdoor dining and lounging opportunities, and incredible city views. It’s offered at £1.89 million, or approximately $2.44 million.

Via: The Modern House