Stunning Edwardian Warehouse Conversion.
In November 2000 Ridgeford purchased a redundant warehouse building in Ironmonger Row. The site originally came with planning permission for 22 flats. However, Ridgeford chose an innovative approach to providing larger, higher quality accommodation, drawing inspiration from the spacious loft redevelopments found in New York. Consequently, Ridgeford obtained consent for 12 flats, two penthouses and 10,000 sqft of office space.
When the flats went to market in 2003, they were well received, selling for well in excess of other developments in the area. The emphasis was on quality. Merbau hardwood floors laid throughout. The bathrooms had limestone-clad walls and solid oak framing to cabinets and sinks. High ceilings were emphasised with nearly 10ft floor-to-ceiling doors in grey laminate and solid oak trim. (Architectural anoraks note: the plain aluminium door handles are from the Modric range by Allgoods). Offered to the market chain free with a long lease this 1,400 sqft, two bedroom, two bathroom property would be ideally suited for a buyer looking for space, light and an industrial feel.
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The property is incredibly bright and feels particularly spacious.Tom Willing