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An elegant 2 bedroom Victorian terrace - Baxendale Street is set within a sought-after conservation area on the Jesus (Green) Hospital Estate. Dating to circa 1860-1900, this picturesque collection of Victorian homes are set around an attractive green, moments from Columbia Road and its renowned Sunday flower market.

This home was sympathetically renovated circa 2007 and effortlessly blends modern additions with Victorian charm. The bulk of the ground floor space has been completely opened up to provide a light and airy living area which showcases traditional features such as the large sash windows, cast iron fire places and an open wooden staircase. The eat-in kitchen is an inviting space with concrete worktops, a reading nook and bi-fold doors out to the paved garden. Natural light falls on to the upstairs landing through double glazed skylights in the vaulted ceiling. The main bedroom boasts south facing sash windows and fitted storage; there is a further double bedroom with partial views on to Ion Square gardens, and a generous bathroom with exposed wood floor boards and a freestanding rolltop bathtub with separate shower.

Terraced House

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

Garden

948 sq ft (88 sq m)

Outside Space

A charming paved garden with mature planting and white wash walls.

The Area

The house occupies an enviable position in what is unquestionably one of the most desirable residential locations in the East End of London. Located within the The Jesus Hospital Estate conservation area and bordering the vibrant Columbia Road Flower Market, this picturesque area still manages to retain a unique character and village feel while remaining close to the city. The surrounding area is brimming with independent coffee shops, acclaimed restaurants, quirky bars and exclusive retailers. Nearby Easthaus favourites include The Birdcage pub, Morito tapas restuarant on Hackney Road and cosy wine and cocktail bar Sager & Wilde. Pavilion for coffee and pastries, Nelly Duff for modern art, and Campania for one of the best breakfasts around.

Bethnal Green

Bordered by two big green parks and just a stone’s throw from the City, this buzzy neighbourhood is a mixing pot of old school East Enders and young professionals. Long standing cafes and pubs sit alongside cool cocktail bars and fine dining restaurants. There is a thriving arts scene here too, largely pioneered by Maureen Paley and Calvert Avenue is one of the neighbourhood’s best kept shopping secrets. Be sure to check out Bethnal Green if you’re a fan of eclectic neighbourhoods and easy commutes!

Printers & Stationers - A specialist wine shop and bar hidden away on Ezra Street.