Take a look at Honeycomb, a contemporary Victorian house, located in East London. This spectacular property offers tons of unique features including a one-of-a-kind blend of timber and concrete construction with double height void.
Downstairs boasts a particularly large open plan space that runs the length of the property. Within this space you are treated to the living area that is finished in a crisp white aesthetic and features a concrete feature wall equipped with a large, built in wooden tv unit and engineered oak floorboards. Wood is a consistent element of the property and this is seen through the wooden beams in the living room and in the main bedroom, however, the main focal point is the timber and concrete blend found in the kitchen. A dark kitchen island compliments the unique feel found in this room.
Upstairs there are four bedrooms, one master, two children's bedrooms and a guest. However, the guest doubles as a home working space, so is only available through negotiation. There are two bathrooms, one family bathroom on the first floor and a contemporary shower room found on the second. Outside there is a long narrow garden that includes two seated patio areas.
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