On the market: Homes with exposed brickwork
Exposed brickwork injects character into this trio of homes
Coleman’s Fire Depository, Liverpool, L8
Painted white, the brick walls are a more subtle yet striking feature of this one-bedroom luxury loft style apartment. Providing an interior nod to the distinct building’s history, which is prominent from the outside as original signage is intact, the walls provide a backdrop to a large open-plan living space. Chipboard surrounds a glossy fitted kitchen and, coupled with industrial pillars and hints of vibrant colour, adds to the contemporary look.
£599pcm Liverpool City Rents / 0151 668 0303
Brunswick Parade, Waterloo, L22
An exposed brickwork panel is a centrepiece of this spacious living and dining room. It adds stripped back character to the otherwise simple, minimalist décor, and sits in contrast to a sophisticated chandelier and lounge seating. The room, set within a two-bedroom penthouse apartment benefitting from views over Crosby Marina, also invites an abundance of natural light in through multiple windows and a skylight.
£125,000 (offers over) Abode / 0151 909 3003
Waterloo Warehouse, Liverpool, L3
A brick ceiling arches over this chic kitchen, combining contemporary style with the original features of the landmark residential Waterloo Warehouse building. Appliances including a Neff oven and microwave, a ceramic hob with extractor, fridge, freezer, washer/dryer and a dishwasher are discreetly tucked away amongst high gloss handleless units. Plus an integrated island featuring a granite breakfast bar elegantly turns the functional space into a more communal area within the two-bedroom property.
£249,950 Hunters / 0151 707 7777