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A light-filled warehouse conversion hits the market in east London

Designed for a musician and photographer

Corrugated doors lead into this vast live/work warehouse in east London’s Lea Bridge, designed for a musician and a photographer.

The 2,200 sq ft warehouse – on the market via The Modern House for £1.35m – sits on a trading estate, and unfurls across three levels. Glass panels are set into its wooden floors to help light flow from the skylight roof down into the depths of the London property.

Bi-folding doors divide the open plan ground floor, which is used as a library and creative studio and features concrete floors and built-in storage. From here, a steel staircase leads up to the main living space above, which is decked out with salvaged wood and white-washed brick, while a mezzanine sleeping loft overlooks the living room.

A light-filled warehouse conversion hits the market in east London
Photography: The Modern House
A light-filled warehouse conversion hits the market in east London
Photography: The Modern House
A light-filled warehouse conversion hits the market in east London
Photography: The Modern House
A light-filled warehouse conversion hits the market in east London
Photography: The Modern House
A light-filled warehouse conversion hits the market in east London
Photography: The Modern House

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Betty is the Editor of The Spaces.

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