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2 Bedroom Flat Sold STC in Bethnal Green - £600,000

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Arranged over the eighth and ninth floors of the iconic Grade II listed 'Keeling House' is this beautifully presented two bedroom apartment. Measuring just over 750 sq. ft, the property feels spacious throughout enjoying wonderfully bright rooms and an extensive amount of built in storage.

Accommodation comprises of a modern kitchen and dining area, open- plan to a sociable living/entertaining space with large Crittall windows allowing for a wealth of natural light. A sizeable balcony large enough for a table and chairs leads off the south/east facing reception and boasts fantastic views across the East London skyline. Stairs lead up to two double bedrooms and a smart bathroom while both landings have substantial storage areas.

Keeling House is a secure private block steeped in history that benefits from a day porter and lift access. Nestled between a number of popular hotspots including Shoreditch, Hoxton, London Fields, Victoria Park and just moments from the vibrant Columbia Flower market. Both Bethnal Green tube (Central Line) and Cambridge Heath (National Rail) stations are close by offering swift links to the City and West End.

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History of Keeling House
Designed and built in 1957 by Sir Denys Louis Lasdun. Lasdun was concerned that earlier modernist designs did not take sufficient account of what made neighbourhoods work. He sought to give residents a sense of place and belonging, replicating the good relations between neighbours which he noticed in traditional Victorian terraced streets. Each dwelling was a maisonette rather than a flat, similar inside to an East End house. Unlike a flat slab or tower block, he designed Keeling House with four wings that each look onto another, encouraging contact between neighbours. Between the central lift tower and the front doors of the apartments, tenants had to pass communal 'drying areas' for laundry and storage, where he hoped that social interchange would be as natural as in the streets below. However, he also designed the homes for privacy; the balconies face outward and do not look onto one another.

In 1993, the building was designated a Grade II listed building; it was the first example of post-war council housing to receive this designation. In 1999 it was sold to a private developer and converted into luxury apartments. Key features of the renovation include a striking glass foyer with external water feature designed by local architects Munkenbeck and Marshall. The redevelopment won an RIBA Award in 2002 and a Civic Trust commendation.

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