A characterful three bedroom duplex apartment situated on a quiet cul-de-sac.
Langham House is a Grade II listed development that dates back to the late 1800s and contains a wealth of period features including high ceilings and port hole windows. The building was originally a merchant seaman's orphanage, then a convent and finally a hospital featured in the 1970's TV series 'Doctor in the House' before being converted to apartments in the mid 1990s.
This expansive three bedroom duplex apartment expands to approximately 1600 sq ft and is finished to an exceptionally high specification. Loft style apartments, especially of this calibre, are extremely rare in this area of London and this stunning property is truly unique.
Attention to detail has been given to the lighting and technology with the property also benefiting from CAT 5 cabling and underfloor heating throughout. Beautiful, yet practical too, the design incorporates an abundance of useful storage space.
Downstairs consists of a large open plan living space, guest suite, third bedroom/additional living area and cloakroom.
The open plan space includes a contemporary high gloss kitchen with fully integrated appliances, a dining area and a lounge area. Other features include, exposed brickwork, feature lighting and under stairs storage space. Bedroom two contains a luxurious en suite bathroom including a walk in shower. Bedroom three is currently utilized as a study/gym but has the benefit of a large storage cupboard with the option to convert into another en suite (subject to freeholder consent.)
Upstairs contains a mezzanine games room with pool table overlooking the living room as well as an incredible master suite complete with dressing room. Of particular note is the remote controlled mood lighting and built in cupboards. The en suite bathroom contains a walk in rain shower and heated towel rail.
The apartment also comes with one allocated parking space plus additional visitors spaces as well as communal gardens.
The current sellers will be leaving the vast majority of furniture and the apartment will therefore be sold as seen.
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If you're looking for loft style living in a leafy London suburb then this is the flat for you.Natalie Mills