In the vibrant pocket of south London known as Brixton Hill, the upper level of a former bakery is now an expansive warehouse conversion that offers a sweet treat of old and new.
Upon entry, a private hallway leads through a large, timber sliding door to a massive open space that houses the flat’s primary gathering areas, including a well-equipped corner bar. Glazed Victorian tiles wrap the walls of the living room—which extends more than 40 feet in length—complementing the dark plywood floors and exposed trusses.
Timber-clad cathedral ceilings further enhance the sense of space in the 3,600-square-foot dwelling. The semi-open kitchen sits to the north of the plan and features all-new appliances, including a Thermador range and Sub-Zero fridge. Stainless-steel cabinets and surfaces pay homage to the building’s industrial past.
In total, the single-family apartment offers four bedrooms—one of which features paddle stairs that lead to a private outdoor terrace. Another bedroom is perched on the mezzanine level and looks out onto the main living space through a glazed wall.
The Morrish Road warehouse conversion offers convenient access to a number of London hot spots, including Ritzy Cinema, Electric Brixton, and Market Row. It is also just a short walk from several green spaces, such as Rush Common and Brockwell Park. Scroll ahead to see more of the south London apartment.
Morrish Road in London, England, is currently listed for £2,650,000 (approximately $3,586,404 USD) by The Modern House.
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