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|information:12+ months. Rates valid with payment upfront and subject to change. Utilities not included|
|information:6-12 months. Rates valid with payment upfront and subject to change. Utilities not included|
|information:2-6 months. Rates valid with payment upfront and subject to change. Utilities not included|
With a view of the London sunset so far-reaching you almost feel you can see straight to Bristol, this 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom furnished apartment in Shoreditch offers eye-catching views both inside and out. In the building there is a gym and a pool, and there is a doorman. The apartment has a washing machine and a dryer. From this 30th-floor (equivalent to the 31st floor in the USA) apartment with a balcony, you have a bird’s-eye perspective of the nearby Principal Place and Plough Yard.
Upon entering the apartment, you might be tempted to flop on the sofa and tune the TV so you can listen to London news as you watch the city from above. Or perhaps it has been a long day and you want to get in the open kitchen and prepare yourself a meal. With your favorite food in the fridge or freezer and an oven and microwave on hand, this will be no problem. Or perhaps you are leaving the apartment—the long day is ahead of you, and you only need the toaster and coffeemaker. Either way, generous counter space has you covered for the preparation and a dishwasher has your back when it is time to clean up. If you do choose to sit for a bit on the sofa, enjoy contemporary furnishings, chevron-patterned hardwood floors, a striking floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall window, and the cool atmosphere that comes with air conditioning. Alternatively, you can unwind in the bedroom just off the main room. Here there is a king bed and access to the bathroom with a hot shower. There is a closet for storage and a small alcove with a desk for study or work and a second floor-to-ceiling window. The bathroom perhaps contributes most strongly to the contemporary aesthetic of the apartment, with stone-gray tile on the floor and walls and a glass shower.
If you are looking to get out of the apartment for a taste of history, you can visit Dennis Severs’ House two blocks from the apartment, an experimental museum in a home outfitted by Dennis Severs during the late 20th century to imitate the living conditions of Huguenot silk weavers. If you want to get some shopping done while you explore history, you can visit the Spitalfields Market—where you can find vendors selling all sorts from plants to cosmetics—and the Spitalfields Charnel House, the excavated ruins of a burial ground. This is located 0.3 miles (around 483 meters) from the apartment. The same distance in the other direction you will find Village Underground, a concert venue.
Also 0.3 miles (around 483 meters) from the apartment, the Shoreditch High Street Station services the Overground line.