An inspiring 2 bedroom airy apartment, cleverly hidden behind an architecturally striking 1920’s art deco building. The Printworks, Crouch End’s only truly unique bespoke development, is a quiet, secluded enclave, right in the heart of the village.
A stunning, generously appointed home set on the 2nd floor, comfortably reached via lift, this apartment is at the rear of the unique Printworks building with views from the private balcony over gardens and an attractive vertical ‘living wall’.
Accessed via a secure gated entrance, this contemporary apartment has two double bedrooms, one with en-suite and an additional bathroom. The private terrace, accessed via large glass sliding doors, provides a seamless transition between the inside and outside.
The Printworks affords a combination of warm modern styling and high-level finishes from Moso White textured bamboo flooring and 100% pure wool woven carpets, floor-to-ceiling windows that help maximise natural light and underfloor heating throughout.
The heart of the home is a large open plan kitchen/reception room featuring beautifully designed Nobilia kitchens with integral high quality Bosch and CDA integrated appliances. Induction hob, cooker hood, fridge freezer, washer dryer and dishwasher are provided. Additional features such as glass splash-backs, solid surface ‘Silestone’ worktops and a generous breakfast bar all help to create the best of contemporary living.
All residents of The Printworks benefit from a 3 year ZipCar membership, allowing you hassle-free access to car usage without the need for parking permits. Large storage units, are also allocated to each apartment, smartly designed to fit larger items such as bikes.
Mews House & Show Flat available to view. Call 020 8348 5515 to book your appointment now.
Please note, all images are taken from the existing show apartment. Wardrobes are not included as standard.
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