It’s no surprise that factory conversions are a popular trend on the property market, and when they come up for grabs, they sell quickly!

We are proud to have recently listed a stunning one-bedroom flat in the former Bryant and May match factory turned living residence in the heart of East London’s Bow. This industrial space is blessed with high ceilings that are often unparalleled in modern builds over two floors and a fantastic taste of history within its walls.

    

The price also comes at a bargain of £375,000 in comparison to the average price for a flat across the borough of Tower Hamlets, which has a £492,087 price tag.

Resting above the living room, kitchen and bathroom is the bedroom and walk-in wardrobe, giving the flat an air of privacy, while maintaining a spacious open plan feel. The living room is showered with natural light from the large industrial-style window nestled along the brick wall, and anyone who enjoys preparing feasts will love the newly renovated kitchen.

        

 

Aside from the exposed brick and large warehouse windows, this property comes with some great amenities, such as an indoor swimming pool, sauna, gym, communal gardens, a 24-hour concierge, a restaurant and pub, all within the borders of Bow Quarter. Its Zone 2 location makes it easy to get into central London and outside of the capital with numerous transport links within walking distance. Not to mention, a short walk to Victoria Park and views of Olympic Stadium.

Need we say more? To check out the listing, click here.