Loft Living

An industrial conversion with inspirational interiors

A striking five bedroom, three bathroom apartment in a former factory building has been transformed into an ultra-luxurious home. Spanning more than 5,000 sq. ft, this New York City-style loft is less than half a mile from Canada Water and has an open plan layout with a cinema room and private roof garden.

Set back from Brunel Road, within a private gated mews, the exterior of the house is industrial and sleek with a grey facade and crittall windows. Entry is through a large hallway that leads to a state of the art 10-seater cinema room decorated with star lights and two tiers of leather armchairs. The ground level could also be used as an annexe for relatives with a spacious bedroom and en suite shower room as well as two other guest bedrooms accessed via a concealed door.

Upstairs, budding chefs will enjoy the 40 ft kitchen and dining room fitted with integrated Gaggenau appliances and bespoke cabinets. Black pendant lights hang over a long central island and the kitchen’s white tiled walls complement the textured accent wall at the other end of the room.

This floor also features the principal bedroom revealed through a set of sliding glass doors. The current owners have chosen to give the space a cool and eclectic design with an off centre California King Bed as well as a freestanding bath and open fireplace.

On the top floor, visitors will find the interior designed reception room with double volume ceilings and a suspended log burner. Decorated with tropical plants and colourful furniture, the spacious living area also opens out onto a 30 ft decked roof terrace with dazzling views of London’s skyline.

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Lauren Felber, Sales Director of Dexters London Bridge says: “With its cool fusion of modern design and industrial heritage, Brunel Road is a hidden gem of property waiting to be discovered. The versatile open plan layout provides future residents with the flexibility to reimagine living, dining, and working spaces with endless exciting possibilities.”