Huge Warehouse Space - Morris Road, London, E14
Guide Price £1,150,000
A rare chance to buy a huge warehouse space of 3000 sqft on the ground floor of this conversion of the old Spratts Dog Biscuit factory in The East End of London.
Previously used as an office, this enormous space can be used for a variety of purposes, be it a flexible live/work situation or massive loft apartment. The space is currently divided up to the present owner’s work needs, with several small office spaces on the ground floor and two bedrooms on the mezzanine level. There is a basic kitchen and bathroom, plus two cloakrooms.
Any incoming purchaser could easily reconfigure the layout to their own needs. With a spectacular template to work with, which offers 16ft high ceilings, huge floor space, exposed bricks, two entrances and massive windows to the front, the possibilities are endless.
Limehouse Cut is a landmark London Loft development and one of the true originals. The Spratts factory was converted 30 years’ ago to create an artistic community, many of whom still remain. Lately, the building has attracted an interesting mix of buyers, from bankers to musicians and the IT crowd, drawn to the warehouse for its vast spaces at low prices. The building is behind gates and this apartment comes with a large underground parking space.
Transport links can be found 400m away at Langdon Park DLR Station for trains to Canary Wharf and Stratford; for car users, there is easy access to the A12 and Blackwall Tunnel.
Leasehold: 999 years from 1986.
Service Charge: £772.66 per quarter year