Warehouse apartments in London offer the ultra-desirable combination of historical interest, contemporary fittings, high ceilings/large windows and (usually) waterside locations.
However, such high demand means prices can be unattainable for many. We've put together a selection of warehouse conversions and similar historical properties that offer London loft living for a surprisingly low cost.
£495,000 | 1 bedroom flat
King Edwards Road, South Hackney, E9
£495,000 | 1 bedroom flat
This one bedroom apartment within a warehouse conversion just off Mare Street offers a stylish space in a very popular location. South Hackney is home to a thriving creative community, with plenty of galleries and artists' studios, as well as outstanding cafes, bars and restaurants all within easy reach. The apartment boasts large original windows, exposed concrete features and a mezzanine bedroom.
Boundary Street, Shoreditch, E2
£550,000 | Studio apartment
This extremely spacious studio in the heart of Shoreditch offers loft living in a buzzing area. The spacious reception and separate kitchen creates a very useable living space, while the sleeping area offers privacy and large built-in wardrobes.
Reed Place, Clapham High Street, SW4
£465,000 | 1 bedroom flat
Offering a different take on the historic conversion property, this remodelled school building close to Clapham High Street offers characterful accommodation within an attractive gated complex. This one bedroom flat offers a large reception area, modern kitchen and bathroom and a good-sized bedroom.
Royle Building, Wenlock Basin, N1
£535,000 | 1 bedroom apartment
This one bed flat is set within the sought-after Royle Building – a former printworks beside the Wenlock Basin and canal. Contemporary interiors include exposed concrete and brickwork, and original industrial glazing, while the layout of this conversion provides a highly practical space with plenty of storage.
Wick Tower, Woolwich, SE18
£419,000 | 2 bedroom flat
This two bedroom apartment sits within the landmark Art Deco building Wick Tower – formerly a department store in the centre of Woolwich. Large windows flood the contemporary reception area with light, while the private balcony offers river views across to North Woolwich.
Bethnal Green Road, Bethnal Green, E2
£540,000 | 2 bedroom flat
This hugely characterful two-bedroom apartment sits within a beautiful converted chapel on Bethnal Green Road. Arched doorways and windows, stone carving details and a stunning contemporary kitchen make this bright but cosy flat really stand out from the crowd.
Adelina Grove, Whitechapel, E1
£1,712 pcm | 1 bedroom flat
We thought we'd include one rental property to give an idea of what's available on the lettings market. This loft-style apartment in Whitechapel offers a large reception area and bedroom space behind a glass block wall, creating a bright and airy feel to the property.
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