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Eccentric, artistic and wonderfully old-world historic house in Spitalfields

Type: House

3 Bedrooms • 2 Bathrooms • Sleeps up to 5

Sleeps up to 5

£ 350 /night

Ref: 3790

This early-18th century historic house is bursting with character and history. Full of original features and rustic charm, it is a fantastic entertaining space offering a real Old London experience in the heart of the East End, near trendy Brick Lane and the financial hub of the City.

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Set on a striking period-style cobbled street just behind Spital Square, it is surrounded by local attractions, shopping streets and historical walks.

Living Space:

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There are living spaces on every floor – whether it is the 3-part living room on the first, the dining room on the ground, the two patios or the study on the top floor – all furnished with beautiful antique furniture and original fireplaces.

Cooking & Dining:

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This large kitchen is something you’d expect to see in a country house rather than an urban semi – with tuscan tiles, a 5-ring gas hob and views of the patio garden, it is quiet, quaint and cosy.

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Coupled with a large dining room and further outdoor dining adjacent and on the first floor, there is lots of fabulous space to entertain – no matter the season.

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First floor patio


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Two single bedrooms and one double over two floors, each finished in a similar style to the rest of the house.

Additional Rooms:

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There is a study on the top floor which can be converted into a bedroom, if need be.


Off-street parking

Patio garden x 2

DVD player

iPod dock


Washing machine & tumble dryer




Minimum rental is 7 nights.


Venturing beyond the street itself with its many stories to tell, the property is in the centre of one of the hippest parts of town. Whatever else you do, do not venture farther than the attractions that are right on your doorstep on a Sunday. In the immediate (immediate) vicinity of the street is the infamous Brick Lane and Spitalfields Market. Stalls here offer up everything from artwork to clothes to jewellery to baked goods to household trinkets to whatever the local vendors found on their travels. Sample the authentic Asian cuisine in the Old Truman Brewery or go for an English fry-up at the Breakfast Club.

If markets aren’t your bag, there’s a wide selection of lesser-known museums and sights – why not try Dennis Server’s house on Folgate Street or the Whitechapel Art Gallery. One thing is for sure – you won’t be short of ideas.


The nearest tube station is Liverpool Street.

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