Remodeled real estate office on London’s Barbican Lists for £ 4.5 million

A newly created residential unit has hit the market in London’s Barbican area for £ 4.5 million (US $ 5.9 million). The five-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment is a new remodel of the former Barbican estate office, designed by architects Ken Mackay and Tracey Wiles.

With high ceilings and concrete columns, the home is designed to complement the classic brutalist architecture of The Barbican Estate, a classic 1960s residential complex in the heart of London City.

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“Although I have worked in the Barbican area for many years, I have rarely seen a property that is so spectacular in terms of size and interior,” said Tina Evans, director of listing agents Frank Harris & Co., in an email announcement. “Reflects the brutalist architecture that surrounds it, the [property] combines the latest in technology and design, making it an ultra-stylish family home. ”

An open kitchen has a long white kitchen island with built-in seating for the breakfast bar, according to the photos, while one of the home’s main living rooms has built-in floor-to-ceiling shelving. The overall layout of the home’s overall level is designed to create flow between the central living area, rear kitchen, guest room, playroom and laundry room according to marketing materials.

An outdoor patio is surrounded by tall, ivy-colored walls, and a six-foot-long outdoor waterfall in the courtyard also serves as a source of white noise.

The upper level includes a master bedroom with floor-to-ceiling windows, according to list photos, as well as a bathroom with floor-to-ceiling mirrors, double sinks and a tub.

The listing came on the market on April 4, and information on the identity of the seller and developer was not immediately available.

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