A piece of local history
URBAN LIVING WITH A VILLAGE VIBE
As its name suggests, this unique building, built in the 1800's, was originally a printworks and remained in use as such until the mid 1900's. The property was then home to the Hornsey Journal.
The redevelopment sympathetically retains the character and façade of the earlier building, but has been updated with an edgier design by utilizing exposed steel beams, Moso white textured bamboo floors and industrial style materials for ceilings, stairways and entrances. Internally, each property will provide a combination of warm modern styling and finishes that are designed to complement the open-plan living and outdoor space.