A unique studio apartment on the ground floor of a new building in Forest Gate, designed by Marcus Lee, formerly a director at the Richard Rogers Partnership. The accommodation benefits from its own private entrance and comprises a spacious open-plan room with a fitted plywood kitchen, a sleeping area, and a large en-suite bathroom with a walk-in shower. Polished concrete floors with underfloor heating run throughout.
The interior uses a rich palette of raw material, including wood, metal, exposed brick and concrete to create an industrial and warehouse feel. There is ample storage including floor-to-ceiling built-in cupboards, as well as a hallway with additional storage including room for bikes. The apartment also boasts a private walled garden.
Sprowston Mews is located five minutes walk from Forest Gate train station, and is home to an emerging creative community of architects and self-builders, inspired by the experimental mews house-building of the 1960s, such as Murray Mews in Camden.
—Offered furnished (with flexibility)
Area and transport
Forest Gate is named after the southern gate to Epping Forest, one of the largest expanses of common land in London. Wanstead Flats, with its 450 acres of heathland, are within a fifteen minutes’ walk. It is incredibly well connected with frequent trains to Liverpool Street taking just 13 minutes. The arrival of Crossrail will bring cross-London trains directly to Forest Gate with a journey time of 17 minutes to Tottenham Court Road. Wanstead Park and Woodgrange Park are on the Overground with trains to Gospel Oak and Barking.