Quebec Wharf, E8

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Old Street - 1 mile
Haggerston - 2 mins
Tea & Coffee supplied
Wifi code available at location
Iron & ironing board available
Glamour allowed
Animals allowed
Children allowed
Food shoots allowed
No decorating allowed
Hand-held filming allowed
No large scale filming allowed

Meet Quebec Wharf, our latest East London warehouse conversion.

This large open-plan loft apartment with 21 ft high ceilings is brimming with industrial features including exposed brick walls, original wooden flooring, large steel Crittall windows, wooden and metal beams and pendant ceiling lights.

The main kitchen/ dining/ living area is a stylish yet rustic space, filled with texture and plants. Although this is an open plan room, the design is thoughtful, with sectioned areas for seating, dining and reading, including a statement bookshelf which makes a fantastic additional backdrop for shoots. The Bulthaup kitchen is cleverly zoned with tiled flooring, a large island and open shelving.

There are two bedrooms, one on the ground floor, one on the first floor, both of which are available for shoots and the ground floor bedroom being a good storage option. The attic bedroom has a wood paneled ceiling with wooden flooring and furniture, giving it a rustic feel. Meanwhile, metal beams and radiators maintain the industrial style. This shoot location includes 1 bathroom with a bath and 1 shower room.

The building dates back to 1878, belonging to the North Metropolitan Tramways Company. Its original purpose was a forage warehouse for its horses, comprising a canal-side granary with attached boiler and engine hub, offices and a house. It is the best remaining example in southeast England of a canal-side granary. It was used as a spice warehouse for a short while in the late 20th century, then converted into loft apartments.

Get in touch today to enquire about Quebec Wharf.