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This converted 19th-century print house is rich with history

Raftered ceilings and Victorian iron columns are among the historic features on offer inside this London property – a printing house turned character-packed home in Hoxton.

The Victorian property is on the market via The Modern House for $4.75m and is accessed via a gated courtyard. A rustic kitchen and towering living room fill the ground floor, which is largely open plan with the rooms divided by a wall of stained glass.

Inside the Print Works - for sale via The Modern House
Photography: The Modern House

Brickwork has been painted white and original timber beams cross the space, which is full of natural light thanks to floor-to-ceiling industrial windows. A large island anchors the kitchen, which has pitched roof lights and features a six-oven Aga.

Interiors are something of a maximalist’s dream, decorated with a cornucopia of taxidermy, antiques and artworks, including a pair of stuffed peacocks that sit either side of the living room stove. Trinkets and treasures are all in keeping with the building’s Victorian heritage, though sadly, they aren’t included in the sale price. But click through the gallery above to get a closer peek at the three-bedroom home’s fantastic spaces.

Inside the Print Works - for sale via The Modern House
Photography: The Modern House
Inside the Print Works - for sale via The Modern House
Photography: The Modern House
Inside the Print Works - for sale via The Modern House
Photography: The Modern House
Inside the Print Works - for sale via The Modern House
Photography: The Modern House
Inside the Print Works - for sale via The Modern House
Photography: The Modern House

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