Owned by two architects, this brick pad is not your standard apartment experience. Large but cosy (58m2) it has the character of it's former textile warehouse identity. Loading dock window, metal firedoor entry, original brass plates and concrete features on timber floors.
Coffee shop in the building, rooftop & pizza haunt across the road, live music venues, boutique shopping and laneway cafes - live like a local.
The building is a two storey, 80 year old converted textile warehouse, retaining its charm and original features. Sawtooth roof, checkered New York style floor, and a fantastic open roof terrace with a BBQ and seating.
Brixton Six is gritty, quirky and very private - with a separate entrance off a private laneway, its on the ground floor to the rear of the building. An easy to access, quite retreat from the bustle of the Valley.
The apartment is large with high ceilings - freshly painted with a loft-style bedroom, bathroom, internal laundry and walk-in-robe. Brick internal walls and a original loading dock window with a pull-down roller door will make your stay a unique experience.
Furnished with style, and everything you’ll need: kitchen appliances, cookware, crockery, cutlery, oven, stovetop, coffee machine, washing machine, dryer, fridge, couch, dining etc. A great set up for working, dining, or just cosying up after sightseeing.
You will have the entire apartment to yourself. Large living and dining space, large separate kitchen with partition walls create a loft feel to the apartment. One bedroom, robe and ensuite bathroom at the rear of the apartment. Continue up the stairs at the entry of the building, and you will find access to the building's sunny rooftop terrace.
The apartment is ideal for a couple or single travellers, business people or guests travelling with a child. It is suitable for groups to a maximum of 3 adults, but not large groups, events or parties. Happy to consider guests with children on an individual basis.