163m tall 50-storey skyscraper containing 299 luxury flats and is positioned between London’s financial district and Shoreditch.

This two-bedroom luxury executive apartment provides spectacular views over Shoreditch, Canary Wharf and the City.

The High Rise Tower blends the urban character of Shoreditch with the slick corporate culture of the City. It was designed by the award-winning architect studio Foster & Partners and is Norman Foster’s first residential tower in London.

The minimalist interior is stylish with clean lines and a calming colour palette. The apartment is furnished with matching colours, materials and designs that create a coherent expression. Beautiful furniture and accessories bring the room together in a fashionable expression.


Exposed brick walls, juxtaposed with white washed brickwork enhanced by numerous nooks and niches and feature ornamental barn doors, wood burner.

Wide-plank wooden floors. Beautiful space, ready to dress as you desired, or enhance the various eclectic props.

The space has multiple backdrops and all props/furniture are easily movable.

Outside plant filled yard

The entire space is cut through at a diagonal with a striking staircase which rises to the upper level .

It’s very unique with an open bath feature, wood floorboards throughout , open beams and industrial pipes lending it great character and can be used for aerial shots, or placing lighting.

Skylights running the length of space brings in natural day light enhanced with an unusual hessian pleat design and original wooden beams, (suitable for draping or hanging lights) providing an authentic warehouse feel to the space.


The Old Magistrates Court is a Grade 2 listed building.

Built in 1910 and designed by architect Henry Beck in the English Baroque sytle, the exterior of the building features a leaded dome and expert stonework such as heavy conrnicing and pilasters.

Internally the building has a floor area of 4047 square feet and is set over 2 floors to provide a grand entrance, reception room, courtroom and judges’ chambers as well as a number of ancillary office rooms and toilet facilities.

The Old Magistrates Court benefits from having retained a number of it’s original period features such as historic cornicing, ornate plasterwork, Ionic columns, original stained glass windows, fireplaces and unique fixtures and fittings associated with the building’s former use.

Externally there are 7 allocated parking spaces and the building is currently unoccupied.


Large country style house in Central London, often passes for a property in the South of France.

White, period 1930s. Detached with two garages, a large garden with mature planting and trees and a large outdoor heated swimming pool.

Sun in the garden from morning till evening. Large master bedroom, kitchen, sitting room.


An award winning contemporary location house with minimalist interior.

This fantastic film and photography location consists of an open-plan layout, with polished concrete flooring and wooden accents throughout.

The interior is minimal and stylish, while also being light and bright.

The kitchen and sitting rooms looks out through floor to ceiling glass doors, which lead out into a gorgeous award winning garden.

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