Period conversion into striking loft-style London apartments
66 Liverpool Road is a boutique trio of stunning apartments, situated within a luxurious renovation of a substantial period house on a sought after road in the heart of Angel, Islington, London, England.
Crafted by developer G&T London, the design seamlessly combines exposed brickwork, light filled interiors and a selection of unique raw materials, including distressed wood and slate – all working in unison to deliver an appealing shabby-chic living proposition in a highly sought after location.
In keeping with the surrounding conservation area, the building’s façade has been retained and improved with replacement double glazed windows and matching railings.
Interior design at 66 Liverpool Road has been meticulously designed and appointed to the highest specification, including Hungarian sandblasted oak flooring in the main living areas and kitchen, which features truffle brown matt lacquered doors and wall units, integrated Siemens appliances and Spanish designer porcelain splash-backs with an almost metallic appearance.
The bathrooms boast large format Spanish porcelain tiles to floors and walls with a textured mosaic feature wall, complemented by luxury Italian basin units with Hansgrohe Axor Starck Organic fittings. Bedrooms at 66 Liverpool Road have been designed to create a comfortable retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life, fitted with deep pile carpet that is soft underfoot and Italian-built wardrobes.
Gal Adir, partner at G&T London, said: “Young, design-savvy professionals are staking their claim in Islington and 66 Liverpool Road has been crafted to reflect the demands of this increasingly prominent and discerning demographic. Despite being just a short distance from our Myddelton Square project, which was designed with sheer opulence in mind, 66 Liverpool Road features a more earthy, shabby-chic finish that is synonymous with Manhattan loft-style apartments.”
Liverpool Road is in the very heart of Angel within moments from the N1 Centre, Upper Street and the Underground station which provides a myriad of connections across the capital and beyond. Lined with an alluring combination of bars, cafes and shops, Upper Street has evolved into a bustling strip of activity, popular with locals and visitors alike.
The apartments have now sold but parties are advised to keep an eye on gandtlondon.com for news of upcoming projects.
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