Designed by Sir Arthur Blomfield in 1892, with the foundation stone being laid by the Duke of York in 1893, this stunning building was originally built as a seaman’s mission. It was opened by the Prince of Wales in 1894 and gained grade II listed building status in 1973. A beautiful triplex apartment (over three floors) set within this spectacular Victorian Tudor conversion on East India Dock Road, E14, offers a spacious 1380 square feet of accommodation. The ground floor area comprises an open living space with a kitchen. The double-height windows allow plenty of natural light to flow through, and the lofted ceiling creates an exceptional feeling of space. There is a wealth of stunning period features throughout including original parquet floors & original colored wall tiling. Through the entrance hallway, you have access to a shower room and storage space. The mezzanine area is designed to act as the primary room, with access to an en-suite. The lower ground of this apartment offers ample space allowing the space to be generated into anything you want to accommodate your needs! The space was previously used as an artist's studio, and workshop. Some suggestions that we thought of that the space could be used for are: Acting as a 2nd bedroom, a home office, a home gym, a home cinema, or a workshop! Duke of York House is located on the corner of East India Dock Road, adjacent to the greens of Poplar Recreation Ground, offering almost immediate access to outside spaces. It is also within a mile's walk into Canary Wharf, with its numerous shops (Waitrose/John Lewis, etc), bars, and restaurants. All Saints or Poplar are the closest DLR stations, taking you into the City (Bank), Royal Greenwich or Stratford International. You can also pick up the Jubilee line at Canary Wharf, along with various local bus routes. DISCLAIMER: The photos have been virtually staged with furniture through CGI to give a representation of how the property can be furnished.