A beautiful interior designed two bedroom flat of period proportions on the first floor of a small period conversion development set back from Amhurst Park in a private crescent.
The property has been entirely refurbished by the current owner combining clean modern interiors with original or period correct detailing to remain sympathetic to the original design of the building. Exceptionally high ceilings and large sash windows enhance the feeling of space and light throughout.
Comprising a large master bedroom with generous floor to ceiling to built in storage, second bedroom with built in storage, open plan living space incorporating a shaker kitchen with calacatta oro quartz worktop, integrated appliances and generous built in storage. The living space further benefits from a large bay window and ornate period fireplace. The family bathroom is fitted with Burlington sanitaryware and brassware including a beautiful rolltop bath with overhead shower, with a marble effect tiled floor and further built in storage. There is also a full height storage cupboard in the hallway which houses the boiler. Further interior detailing includes House of Hackney wallpaper in the living room and Anna Hayman wallapper in the master bedroom, Farrow and Ball colours throughout, engineered oak floors in the living room and bedrooms, the addition of period correct ceiling roses and picture rails as well as three column radiators throughout.
The property has the added advantge of non allocated parking available within the private car park at the front of the building.
The Trees is set back off the eastern end of Amhurst Park. It is well located for the surrounding amenities of Stamford Hill as well as the independent shops and eateries of historic Church Street and Stoke Newington High Street. The outstanding Woodberry Wetlands with its 11 hectares of reed-fringed ponds and dykes is just 0.2 miles from the property with wider green spaces of Clissold Park and Abney Park both within easy reach. Nearby transport links include Stamford Hill overground station (0.3 miles) and Manor House (Piccadilly line) underground station (0.7 miles) as well as a number of well connected bus routes.The City (Liverpool Street) can be reached in 20 minutes and the West End (Oxford Circus) in 27 minutes. The nearby A10 also provides easy access to the M11 and M25. All times and distances are approximate.
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