229.10 sq m(2,466 sq ft)
Guide price £1,950,000

Long Island HouseWarple Way, Acton, London, W3 0RG

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Large lateral penthouse apartment
  • Impressive space throughout
  • Light and spacious
  • Large south facing terrace
  • Underground parking (separately available)
  • Bespoke engineered hardwood floors
  • Individually designed kitchen by Hacker

Lindenhurst is the largest lateral penthouse offering an impressive 2,466 sq ft at Long Island House.

About this property

  • Lindenhurst benefits from private lift access, a grand double height entrance hall and awe-inspiring living area dimensions.
    It is one of the five penthouses at Long Island Lofts. An art deco factory conversion to stunning loft style apartments & penthouses offering something unique; living spaces with authentic character and style. The transformation off this art deco former automotive factory into stunning homes with quirky features and an exceptional finish has been done with sympathy and style, retaining original features and introducing new aspects to create distinctive living spaces. The communal areas immediately establish the superior refurbishment of the building with full length, glass panelled doors that lead through a fully refurbished original staircase and lift lobby. The exceptional interior design starts here, with a consistent nod to quality and style for the long term. Inside the penthouse, the first impression is of space and light. The large windows, high ceilings and clever ceiling recesses with dimmable LED lighting bathe living spaces with ambient light, whatever the time of day. Bespoke herringbone stained oak floor flooring, with under floor heating. Striking custom-made over-height stained oak doors accentuate the ceiling height, and architraves and skirtings frame the spaces. Rooms and spaces are individual, with interesting features from the original building carefully incorporated into every home. The kitchens are light and airy spaces, perfect for entertaining individually designed by Hacker for both form and function. Marble-effect kitchen counter tops and continuous backsplashes with stainless steel Smeg undermount sinks and high gloss lacquered finishes to cabinets. Pull-out pan and racked storage units are complimented with integrated Smeg and Siemens appliances and integrated wine fridges in kitchen islands. Breakfast bars form part of the kitchen islands, giving you informal spaces for relaxed family life. Integrated wine coolers are an added feature to add to the sense of indulgence.

    Bedrooms are a retreat from the busy world outside. Bedroom layouts are different in every home, but the interior design emphasis is always on generous spaces with clever design, and all have spacious fully wall fitted wardrobes with vanity consoles with handleless doors. Bathrooms feature Hansgrohe fixtures and porcelain tiles to add quality and style. Cat 5 cabling is installed throughout , providing Wi-Fi and access to super fast broadband. All have air conditioning throughout along with water system underfloor heating. There are CCTV cameras throughout communal areas and solar panels for all communal electrics.

    Living spaces open up onto spacious terraces, blurring the boundary between inside and outside.
    The detailing is exceptional throughout the penthouse, evident in the subtle lighting throughout. Open plan living and abundant natural light; every corner can be put to use in a way that maximises your living area, from informal work spaces to quiet reading corners.

    Loft living at the next level; Careful zoning gives you the benefits of vast open spaces, while creating distinct areas for comfort and enjoyment.

    The grand double height entrance hall at Lindenhurst. Cool tones and minimalist design will complement your furnishings and reflect your tastes and style.

    The loft look is achieved through careful design decisions, such as in the modern critall windows, giving you the industrial aesthetic with state of the art comfort and style.
    Scandinavian chic is quietly achieved through the tones, timbers and finishing touches.

    The bedroom suites are equally considered, with flooring providing continuity to the spaces, and subtle tones providing a relaxed environment. All bedrooms benefit from en-suite bathrooms with feature rain showers and/or bespoke free-standing baths. Every detail is carefully thought through, right down to the choice of handles that complement the art deco external architecture. Spacious, walk-in and walk-through wardrobes provide ample space for even the most fashion conscious individuals. Bathed in light, yet warm and inviting, the bedroom suites are beautifully tranquil places to wind down and relax.

Local information

  • An art deco factory conversion to stunning loft-style apartments, offering something unique: living spaces with authentic character and style. Its vibrant West London location – at the junction of Ws 3, 4, 6 and 12, puts a variety of underground and overground stations in easy reach, and Crossrail is on its way. It's also right at the heart of an eclectic range of retailers and recreation, that are turning this quiet corner of London into something extraordinary.
  • Food culture in London is among the best in the world, with some of the finest restaurants and bars, chefs and sommeliers that can be found; there is no shortage of ways to spend a Friday night or a monthly wage. Check out the High Road Brasserie on Chiswick High Road for some fantastic food courtesy of Soho House, who are also launching a new members' club as part of the redevelopment of the BBC TV Centre at Shepherd's Bush.
  • For a more relaxed experience, the café culture is flourishing. From contemporary bistros to intimate coffee shops, there are many options available locally, catering for organic and vegetarian, with single origin coffees and artisan bread a staple of the menu.

Additional information

  • Long Island Lofts sits in the W3 postcode in vibrant West London, between Chiswick and the corner of Acton Park. Turnham Green underground station is located to the south offering the District Line and East Acton is on the Central Line. Access to the London Overground network is via Acton Central and in early 2019 Crossrail will be operational from Acton Main Line, along with Heathrow Connect services. A variety of shopping and boutiques is found in Chiswick along with some on Askew Road to the East and up and coming Churchfield Road to the north. Westfield Shopping Centre offers more extensive retail and entertainment facilities.
  • Acton is part of Ealing Council and nestles between Chiswick and Ealing with Shepherd's Bush to the East. Acton means ‘oak farm' in Anglo Saxon. It was well known to be where many of the Capital's laundries were based in the 17th century, earning Acton the nickname ‘Soapsuds Island'. Acton provides excellent transport links with four underground lines and two national rail stations, and in 2019 will be connected to Crossrail. North, East and West Acton are all served by the Central Line, and Acton Town (very close to Acton Gardens) is on the Piccadilly and District Lines providing fast connections to central London and direct access to Heathrow airport. The bus connections are excellent and the 207 bus route goes the whole route through to Oxford Circus. The area retains much of its attractive Victorian terraced housing which, along with newly refurbished leisure facilities, diverse shops and a good choice of schools, making Acton a sought after and increasingly popular destination for families and young professionals alike. Once considered a country retreat for the rich in 1700s, in 1859 land in Acton was released for building to house London's rapidly growing population. In the 1900's, many Victorian and Edwardian terraced houses and flat conversions were built in Acton. There are also pockets of classic 20th century suburbia, most notable of which is Hanger Hill Garden Village. Now a conservation area, the mock Tudor houses and flats were built between 1928 and 1936, and the area includes ornamental gardens and open spaces. Waitrose started in Acton, as Waite, Rose and Taylor, in 1904. Another piece of trivia would be Harlech Tower in South Acton (in the regeneration area) where the sitcom ‘Only Fools And Horses' was filmed, although the script described the Trotters as living in Peckham.
  • EPC Rating = B