The Printworks | N8

19th century architecture meets 21st century design to create the best of modern living

Be part of the next chapter in the Printworks history

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.

This unique redevelopment sympathetically retains the character and façade of the earlier building, but will be updated with a modern, contemporary design, creating six spacious two-bedroom apartments, all with outside space and three stunning three-bedroom “mews” houses, each with it’s own private South-West facing garden.

Hidden behind the stunning 1920’s art deco designed exterior exposed steel beams harken to the buildings past, while Moso White textured bamboo flooring, 100 % pure wool woven carpet, beautifully designed German kitchens and bespoke bathroom units create a warm, modern styling that compliment the open plan living and outdoor areas.

With all that Crouch End has to offer on your doorstep, spacious homes and unique outdoor spaces, The Printworks will become one of the areas most desirable places to live.

Location

Crouch End has long been established as one of the capital’s most fashionable ‘London villages’.

An urban oasis with a somewhat bohemian and artistic vibe, it offers the ideal combination of city and village living.

Lifestyle

With acres of parkland and Alexandra Park on the doorstep locals are spoilt for choice when it comes to outdoor space.

Superb restaurants, bars and pubs, famous faces and boutique shopping Crouch End has it all…

Homes

The apartments and mews houses will be finished to provide a high standard of living, seamlessly fused with practicality and contemporary style whilst retaining the heritage of the building.

Ready for the next step?