A rare, Grade II-listed Georgian Huguenot townhouse dating back to the early 18th century is currently on the market in the Spitalfields Conservation Area
Built in 1724, the grand, single-fronted terraced house on Folgate Street E1 provides a flexible living arrangement over six floors, with four bedrooms, five reception rooms and a roof terrace, as well as one family bathroom, three WCs, a store room and a huge cellar.
Believed to be one of the largest Grade II-listed Georgian Huguenot townhouses in prime Spitalfields, the property was occupied mainly by weavers, leather-cutters and velvet manufacturers.
The latest of these occupants was silk manufacturers James Stillwell & Son, from 1724 to 1885. James Stillwell is said to have woven the cloth-of-gold for Queen Victoria’s Coronation robes and to have furnished some of the hangings for Westminster Abbey.
The Folgate Street property retains a lot of original features, including wooden floorboards, sash windows, cornicing, oak panelling, the staircase and open fireplaces.
Nestled away in the southern quarter off Shoreditch High Street, Folgate Street is equidistant between Liverpool Street Station and Shoreditch High Street
Nestled away in the southern quarter off Shoreditch High Street, Folgate Street is included within Spitalfields Conservation Area, a desirable place to live, and sits equidistant between Liverpool Street Station and Shoreditch High Street, for a convenient commute.
Spitalfields Market and the surrounding area is renowned for its array of superb restaurants, boutique shops, restaurants and vibrant nightlife.
Folgate Street E1 is on the market for £3,000,000 (Freehold) from Marsh & Parsons Shoreditch office on 020 7613 2746