The Queen Elizabeth
Formerly known as the Queen Elizabeth hospital for children, this magnificent building with disabled access, offers a luxurious 2-bed apartment just opposite City Farm for fresh eggs in the morning.
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The little comforts you'll find in your home
Coffee Machine / Cafetiere/ etc.
Buzzer / Wireless Intercom
Balcony / Rooftop Terrace
Shower bath, WC
En-suite to bedroom 2
Check in time: Flexible
Check out time: Flexible
On Floor 1, has lift
Total area 750 sqft
Curated experiences by your host: where to eat, shop and relax round your home
Hackney is home to London's most hipster and creative areas. It's also home to London Fields and on the borders of Victoria Park, one of London's oldest, more beautiful parks.
Have you ever booked a holiday home with great reviews and found yourself disappointed? Us too.
That is why the Plum Guide doesn’t operate a traditional review system. Instead we test every one of our homes obsessively against 32 criteria. Only 1 in 100 homes we test, is accepted. This is one of them.
"Original architecture features such as double-height windows and high ceilings of this apartment enhanced the sense of space. The prime location just across Hackney City Farm is indeed an enviable one. The former Queen Elizabeth hospital for Children has been polished up to the hilt and turned into much-coveted apartments. The imposing entrance from Hackney Road makes a statement but you will find a disabled access on Goldsmiths row as well. The Amtico dark flooring coupled with on-trend white and grey scheme throughout the property, make for a neutral palette. The addition of yellow cushions in the bedrooms and on the sofa elevate the intensity of the rooms without distracting the flow, and the lounge washed over with natural light, magnifies the general composition of the home. On the other hand, the design cognoscenti might felt let down by ersatz artwork and replica furniture, and I would not blame them."
- Julian Sudre, Home Critic
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