Available 29th January 2018
Sugar, How did you get so sweet?
Easy answer - Sugar House is a lovingly restored & converted former Victorian-Era Sugar Warehouse and office building. The opulence just shows from the moment you walk through the impressive carved doors of this astounding building and admire the marble floors and grand staircase of the entrance hall on your way home.
Built in 1887 by the Co-operative Wholesale Society, the elegant Grade II listed Victorian structure served as their grand headquarters.
Located on the corner of Leman Street and Hooper Street, the elegant seven storey facade is constructed in brick, granite and Portland Stone whilst the internal has been converted for luxury living with a striking collection of individual apartments creating a fusion of old and new.
Set with a ground floor position and featuring a stylish open plan layout, this one is sure to set your taste buds tingling as you imagine yourself entertaining friends, showing off the chic overall feel while enjoying your favourite Cote de Nuits* or experimenting in the fully equipped kitchen with the latest Raymond Blanc recipe or, perhaps just relaxing and melting away into the luxurious sofa or the impressive bed, curled up with a hot mug of cocoa.
Springing into LiFE or working out the tensions of a stressful day is sure to be a treat for the soul as you experience the glorious walk in shower in the spectacular shower suite.
Why not take some time out on the patio and enjoy the babble of the fountains in the courtyard as you enjoy the crisp evening air?
With a 24 Hour concierge on hand and a close proximity to a range of bars, restaurants and coffee establishments and lots of amenities besides the convenience which Sugar House provides for both the City and Canary Wharf is second to none.