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Offering a rare opportunity to own a Victorian freehold house, in the heart of Hackney: this cottage-style home has plenty of charm, a neutral palette with period features and a private garden on a quiet residential street moments from Victoria Park Village.

Comprising an open plan dual-aspect living and dining room with large east and west facing box sash windows, a decorative cast iron fireplace, engineered wood flooring and column style radiators. The current owners have maximised the storage opportunities with bespoke cabinetry on either side of the fireplace and large storage cupboards under the stairs (with utility space). The contemporary kitchen was refurbished in 2019 with granite worktops, shaker style kitchen cabinets, fitted cabinets and appliances (with the exception of the washing machine). A timber and glass panelled kitchen door opens onto the private garden - the current owners laid new paving and built a pergola in 2023 creating an inviting space to enjoy the summer months. White painted wooden stairs with a woven runner lead up to the first floor with a well-proportioned main bedroom with generous ceiling height, a full wall of fitted wardrobes and space for additional storage. The second bedroom benefits from a fitted storage cupboard and bespoke built-in desk space for home working, with views over the garden. The bathroom was fully refurbished in 2019 with a full-length shower with Lussostone shower screen and geometric tiled flooring.

Superbly located on the cusp of Victoria Park Village - arguably East London’s most desirable neighbourhood. The retail and dining offerings in the village are great with locally loved favourites like Village Organic, Gails bakery, Ginger Pig butchers, The Hawke, Bottle Apostle bottle shop all on your doorstep. Easthaus favourite and relative newcomer to the village, Pophams bakery and coffee shop, is just a couple of minutes stroll away, as well as Brunos a wine shop by day and intimate wine bar by night, as well as Hackney residents favourite The Empress pub and kitchen (an ever-present here since the late 1800s). Nearby Well Street also offers some great dining options with Paulie’s for delicious New York style bagels, Jijigo for the tastiest Korean food, and The Gun public house with modern Chinese/Vietnamese inspired dishes from Ling Lings. Victoria Park and Regents Canal are just a short walk away, with London Fields and Broadway Market less than 15 mins walk away. There are endless options for pubs, shops and cafes all by foot. St John of Jerusalem Church and gardens, as well as Well Street Common are moments from the property, as well the larger green spaces of London Fields and Victoria Park, which are also all within walking distance. London Fields overground station is within easy reach (circa 0.5 miles), Homerton overground station is also just 0.7 miles away, and Bethnal Green underground station is 1 mile away, and can be quickly reached by a short bus journey or by bike. There are a number of well-connected bus routes run from surrounding Mare Street, Well Street and Victoria Park Road. Plus great schools in the neighbourhood include Orchard Primary School, Lauriston Primary School and Mossbourne Academy.
EPC rating: D Tenure: Frehold Council tax band: D, Hackney

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