The Brassworks – The Church Commissioners for England

Converting former brass instrument factory from office use to eight high-quality apartments

The development was built in 1816 as small mews plots and bordered by St Georges burial ground when it served a number of small businesses in the music industry. From around 1850 to 1878 it housed the Distin Military Musical Instrument Factory making brass military instruments and was then taken over by Boosey & Co who manufactured the same.

From the 1920s the building was adapted and used as office space prior to our project works commencing to convert the building into a residential development comprising eight luxury apartments.

The development, offers four 2-bed and four 3-bed luxury apartments as well as ground floor secure parking, courtyard garden and roof top terrace.

The luxury apartments boast features such as; bespoke joinery, air conditioning throughout, Crestron AV systems controlling all sound and lighting and a combination of hardwood flooring and natural stone.

The central courtyard at 1st floor level comprises a secluded garden with beech trees, sedum garden and a bespoke water feature.

The two luxury penthouse apartments benefit from private roof terrace gardens.

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