Take a look around Armitage, you won't find many shoot locations quite like it. The end of terrace Victorian house in East London features a distinct shabby chic decor and has lots of quirky features making for a truly unique property. The property has been stripped back to its original Victorian paint throughout giving it a gorgeous aged look that is perfectly complemented by the original untreated wooden floorboards that can be found throughout. Within the open plan living space, other notable features include the antique church doors, the original drawings found on the walls and the 5ft Georgian fireplace.
The kitchen carries on the distressed and aged aesthetic with more wooden floorboards and distressed walls. There is also some interesting artwork found here and large doors that lead to the garden, letting in the natural light. Upstairs, you can find three bedrooms, however the master bedroom is the main space, offering more of the same with wooden floorboards, antique furniture, distressed walls and a cast iron fireplace.
There is one bathroom, with original 1960s blue bathroom suite, neutral decor and white handmade Moroccan tiles.