Situated on the famous Fournier St, which is regarded as one of Spitalfields most sought-after streets, is this rarely seen modern façade of a five-storey townhouse which was rebuilt in the 1950's. Whilst being positioned amongst the historic Huguenot Georgian houses between Spitalfields and Brick Lane, this townhouse offers a different contemporary open plan style of living. With many changes not possible in other Grade II listed properties in the area, renowned architects Mackenzie Wheeler designed and undertook a complete refurbishment of the house in 2012 with the addition of a roof extension and large private roof terrace, creating a modern lateral layout on each floor whilst maintaining high ceilings and light in abundance. The unassuming entrance leads to a large open plan high spec kitchen off the hall with central island and parquet flooring, steps then lead down to a sunken open plan living/dining area with an almost tardice effect given the huge ceilings and skylights. A beautiful curved timber staircase then leads to the second reception on the first floor with the same teak flooring of the ground level and the open layout includes a large study area and seating area with gas fire which looks out through sliding doors onto the private terrace with stunning views of the city and Christ’s Church Spitalfields to the west. On the second and third floors are two large bedrooms, both with en suites and bespoke built-in wardrobes and the third floor bedroom has access to a flat-roof balcony overlooking Fournier Street. The lower-ground level has a further double-bedroom with cork flooring and integrated storage, a utility room, and separate shower room. Fournier Street is one of the most picturesque streets in Spitalfields with the back drop of the church and rows of classic Georgian Huguenot houses steeped in history. The shops, galleries and restaurants of Shoreditch, and the markets of Spitalfields, Brick Lane and Columbia Road, are all within easy reach. The stations of Liverpool Street (Circle, Metropolitan, Central lines and National Rail), Aldgate East (District and Hammersmith & City lines) and Shoreditch High Street (Overground) are a short walk away.