Fancy that Back in 1850, Nile Street was a costume factory, decking its eager Victorian customers in garb that was as delightful as it was extraordinary. And something of that playful spirit remains in this home’s extravagant, open-plan living space, where contemporary furniture mingles with a cowhide rug, luscious art, original floorboards and exposed brickwork. And downstairs, Shoreditch swings to the tune of some of the city’s most outré residents. Indulge beside the rooftop pool of Shoreditch House, sip a cocktail on Hoxton Square or visit any number of delicious eateries just beyond your front door. Having a ball Drape yourself in a colour palette of creams, browns and whites – from the storied floorboards to the well-appointed wooden furnishings. Industrial pieces in chrome and gloss mix with art deco curves, and the kitchen’s slick finish has been similarly softened with green leaves and a gilded mirror. There’s two of everything, even the dishwasher – and indeed, with a pair of bunk beds in the children’s room, no one need fight for pole position. The scent of the living room’s potted plants drifts all the way through to the two double bedrooms, a stylised master, and an enchanting secret bedroom tucked behind a hidden door.
Underfloor Heating, basin, bath (roll top), toilet
Dishwasher, freezer, hob (gas), microwave, oven, refrigerator, toaster
Super king size bed, Hanging rail
King size bed
PlayStation 3, projector, Xbox
Underfloor Heating, basin, toilet
Meet & Greet
As there is no permanent storage in the master bedroom, we will provide a collapsible wardrobe for you.
The bunk bedroom can accommodate three guests: two on the top bunkbed and one on the bottom one.
Please note that there are no windows in the double bedroom.
.There are stairs up to the entrance of this home, and no elevator.
This home doesn't have air conditioning. Between June and September, we'll place fans in each bedroom. Please let us know if you'd like fans outside the summer period.