• Hackney
  • 4 Bedroom
  • From £400 per night

A four-bedroom apartment that embodies the panache of east London. Bright colours and plenty of light.

Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3
Capacity: 7
  • White kitchen with island and stools in Dove Row
  • Kitchen with view of dining area  in Dove Row
  • White minimalist kitchen  in Dove Row
  • Bedroom with yellow raditors and red carpet

    A stepping stone to east London’s most exciting and artistic neighbourhoods. Ideal for creatives.

    A home steeped in east London’s industrial heritage. Loft-style living spread across two, Douglas fir floors and framed with triple-aspect views. Bold hues, modern design and the sensitive touch of its renowned architect owner has transformed this former textile warehouse into a playful and inviting space. You’ll notice globally-inspired artwork as you move through your daily routine here.  

    An open-plan kitchen, reception and dining room takes over the very social first floor. Its free-flowing layout is as good for keeping an eye on wandering youngsters as it is hosting a dinner party. This space revolves around the streamlined, white Corian-clad kitchen, equipped with quality appliances that make entertaining a breeze. It’s versatile too. Perch at the island with a morning coffee. Clink glasses gathered around the curve of the bespoke dining table designed for maximum conviviality by the owner.  

    Architectural integrity keeps the quality of light at a high. Thanks to its south-facing position and vast, double-glazed square windows, golden hour is particularly ambiant in the lounge. The perfect spot for after-dinner digestifs or sink into the elongated Mags sofa and get lost in a thriller –an overhead projector and hi-fi speakers take movie night to another level. Next door, a bedroom designed with young ones in mind – low-level doorhandles and a bed that guards against night-time turning. 

    Upstairs, thoughts turn to recharging. On this level, the palette of primary colours challenges the conventions of magnolia walls and understated minimalist décor. The dual-aspect master bedroom is all diaphanous light, citrus-yellow Bisk radiators and raspberry-red carpets. The halo lighting is particularly atmospheric in the evening. It is served by an ergonomic, Spanish-tiled en-suite with an exposed brick shower. Two further bedrooms share a Jack and Jill bathroom with a dual vanity.
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      Space to spread out

      The open-plan living area is cleverly zoned for cooking, dining and sinking into the sofa. A vibrant backdrop for the theatrics of family life.

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      A home that inspires

      Eye-catching artwork look even better against the neutral, blank-canvas walls. A collection of 20th and 21st-century pieces by international artists, carefully arranged to be admired from every angle.

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      Plenty of light

      Triple-aspect windows weave across both storeys, making the most of natural daylight.

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      Stylish design credentials

      A Lina Bo Bardi chair, a 1950s Ernst L. Freud bookshelf, custom raw aluminium Reggiani lighting and a Hay Mags sofa – this is a home that knows what good looks are all about.

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      Live within a piece of London’s rich history

      A warehouse conversion that elevates its industrial pedigree.

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      Sustainable design

      This is a house that was designed with longevity and the environment in mind. It is highly insulated, grounded in soft wood with walls painted in water-based paint.

    Property features

    4 bedrooms
    4 bedrooms
    Two with desks for remote working.
    3 bathrooms
    3 bathrooms
    Two en-suite bathrooms – one shared by two bedrooms – quietly soothe.
    1 reception room
    1 reception room
    Drink in the soft glow of the sunset with a glass of red in this open-plan space.
    Light & airy
    Light & airy
    Vast, triple-aspect windows keep this home naturally bright.
    Unique design features
    Unique design features
    Design classics and inspiring artwork shake up the focal points.

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    About the area

    Close to east London's best markets and parks, Dove Row lets you live like a local.

    Dove Row keeps you close to east London’s enticing energy and its many markets; Netil, Broadway and Victoria Park. Spend weekends sifting through handcrafted wares and getting to know Hackney’s creative community. Pick up street food at the pop-up stalls – you can find everything from bao buns to Italian delis – before heading to one of the surrounding green spaces. Just across the Cat & Mutton Bridge, Fig and Grain offers seasonal and organic produce or pop across the road for some of east London’s finest sourdough from Pavilion Bakery. Pair with cured meats and artisan cheese from La Bouche. And a bottle of natural Merlot from Broadway Wines. Sunday mornings are for smelling roses at Colombia Flower Market. 

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