Once a place where barrels were made, this Clerkenwell home is full of impressive design details. Entering at street level, a glass balustrade overlooks the triple-height living space, which you’ll find down a feature staircase. Ten can sit at the bright dining table (in an atrium of climbing plants), and the kitchen’s marble breakfast bar is eye-catching as well.
Set off by a long contemporary sofa, the sitting room has a brick feature wall and a polished concrete floor.
Up on the first floor you’ll find two white-tiled bathrooms, and three wooden-floored bedrooms. Ceiling beams and modern artwork hang in the third and fourth bedrooms respectively.
Up again, the master bedroom has a super-king bed and a contemporary ensuite. Glass doors lead out to a terrace, and up again, the bronze-clad second terrace has a barbecue and a rooftop view.