Do you like Stara Ochota, brownstones and modern, industrial interiors? Here is a treat just for you: industrial loft in Częstochowska Street. Attention, this offer is for the selected audience only.
Loft - bright, spacious and imaginative
A unique loft is waiting for you in an attic of a building from the '50s in Częstochowska Street. Spacious, bright (windows overlooking east and west) and high (325 cm) interior is divided into an open living room (18 m2), a large, functional L-shaped kitchen (12.4 m2), a bathroom (2.97 m2) with a shower cabin and a separate toilet (1.1 m2), both with water underfloor heating connected to the municipal network. In addition, there are two bedrooms. The former, larger (14,48 m2), serves as a study and bedroom. Here you will find steel stairs leading up to a solid mezzanine (6 m2). Have you ever dreamt of a large bed on high? You got it. The smaller bedroom (11,3 m2) serves as a children's room. You can adapt it as you please.
Every square metre used
Modern interior means maximum use of space, so nothing is wasted here. Hence, in the kitchen, there are perfectly fitted, roomy cabinets and room for a full-size fridge with a freezer and a washing machine and a separate dryer. The dishwasher, of course, also has its place.
A spacious dressing room awaits under the mezzanine and a comprehensive and high wardrobe in the corridor. In addition, there is storage space above the toilet (in the wall, accessible from the hall). And when it comes to doors and saving space - did you want sliding doors for your bedroom/study/children's room/wardrobe? Here you got it.
Design is the defining feature of the modern style. Here is an ultra version since the loft has been furnished in an industrial atmosphere and style. You'll find steel, exposed bricks, pipes, "factory" colours, lamps, and various trinkets here, and you can admire them in the photo gallery. All minimalistic, very practical, and, what can I say, climatic.
In the middle of everywhere
You don't live in a loft only (even one as unusual as this one). Sometimes you need to leave home if only to go shopping. You will buy the essential products within a few hundred metres. Should you need to buy more, you have Hala Kopińska, Hala Banacha and the Blue City shopping centre at your disposal practically right next door. You will get there in no time. If you want to go somewhere further - to work, the cinema, the theatre, etc., bus and tram stops are right under your nose (300 to 800 metres), plus the WKD train (from Dworzec Zachodni Railway Station) and - after a 15-minute tram ride - both Metro lines. There is also where to park your car.
So if you find the prospect of looking at the world from above from an unusual interior and living in one of the best-connected points in Warsaw tempting, don't wait!