The Perfect Artists’ Live-Work Space in Manor House

This generous converted warehouse is an ideal live-work space for its creative housemates, who all have an arts, music or fashion background.

Spacious, bright kitchen and dining area in Manor House warehouse conversion. Photo: Jacqueline Hancher Properties


The flat features a generous communal area flooded with light thanks to its large bay windows, and with a dining and sitting area as well as an open plan, fully equipped kitchen. The wooden floors, white walls decorated with paintings, the high ceilings and the fully stacked bookshelf create a warm and friendly atmosphere.

Generous live-work space in Manor House flatshare. Photo: Jacqueline Hancher Properties


The location just a few minutes walk away from Manor House station (Piccadilly Line) ensures an easy commute into other parts of London, including Kings Cross, the West End and Heathrow Airport. The area is a fascinating combination of numerous warehouses occupied by London’s creative scene, many green spaces (Finsbury Park, Clissold Park) and easy access to the bars, shops and cafes of Stoke Newington Church Street and Dalston Kingsland.

Spare bedroom in Manor House home. Photo: Jacqueline Hancher Properties


The Omega Works community is part of the larger warehouse community that exists in the Manor House area, with a long tradition of hosting musicians, actors, photographers and other artists.

Currently the flat is shared between five single housemates. The price for a spare room is £750 pcm excluding broadband. Rooms generally come unfurnished but some furniture can be provided on request.

Are you interested in having your own flatshare featured in our blog? To apply, please email us at with some photos and a brief description of yourself and your home. 

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