This special property is situated within one of east London's oldest and most well-known industrial conversions. Built in 1897, the Spratt's Complex in Poplar was once the largest pet food factory in the world. It was here that the world's first dog biscuits were produced. During the Second Boer War, four million biscuits a week were made for British soldiers. After the factory closed in 1969, it lay empty and abandoned for many years until its successful transformation into live-work units between 1985 and 1989. Limehouse Cut is one of six buildings at the Spratt's Complex. Located on the second floor is this generous studio apartment, bearing many hallmarks of classic loft living with exposed brickwork, high ceilings and original Crittall windows, all offset by timber flooring. Crittall doors lead to a balcony that is large enough for a table and chairs and overlooks the complex's central courtyard. The apartment has allocated parking on site, accessed by security gates. And Langdon Park DLR is just a few minutes' walk away, for direct transportation to both Canary Wharf and Bank. Shoreditch and Victoria Park are within easy reach, providing a fabulous selection of evening and weekend social haunts.
This property has no onward chain and offers a fantastic opportunity to get a foot on the industrial style property ladder in London.
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