Anonymous Brick Building with A Glass Roof Lantern

Anonymous brick building in North London may not have kerb appeal… but take a look inside.

YOU could be forgiven for walking past this anonymous-looking former tram shed without giving it a second thought.

But once inside you’ll be stopped in your tracks by the extraordinary warehouse-style home that’s just gone on the market for £3.5million.

Its owner, fashion designer Ashley Isham, has created a stylish, light-filled, modern residence.

When he bought Tramways House in Lower Holloway, North London in 2012 it had already been converted into a residential property but Isham, who has dressed stars including Kylie Minogue, Lady Gaga and Paloma Faith, put his own creative stamp on it.

The house has 4,556 sq ft of accommodation split over four floors with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a garage and a south-facing roof terrace.

The main living space is on the top floor with an open plan kitchen/living/dining room.

A glass roof lantern stretches the entire length of the room, filling it with light. This boring looking tram shed in London is on the market for £3.5MILLION and it hides an incredible secret