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Moments from Mare Street and Hackney Central station, this charming 2-bedroom, 3rd floor apartment offers 625 sq ft of living space within a quiet, Victorian mansion-style block.

Comprising 2 well-proportioned double bedrooms, an open plan kitchen/living room with breakfast bar and family bathroom/wet room with utility space, the property boasts plenty of natural light and is neutrally decorated throughout.


2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

625 sqft

The Tour

The current owners have made a number of improvements to their home, including removing the wall between the kitchen and living room to create a bright, open plan living area and reconfigured the layout to maximise the space. The property is the perfect mix of old and new; the sash windows, exposed brick and solid-wood floors retain the period charm, whilst the industrial-style concrete bathroom and shaker style integrated kitchen with large butler sink create a functional living space.

The Area

Brett Road is superbly located moments from Hackney Central & Hackney Downs Overground Stations and the green open spaces of Hackney Downs and London Fields. Situated close to Mare Street, the property occupies an enviable position within Central Hackney, with Broadway Market just a short walk to the south, Dalston situated to the west and Clapton a short walk to the north. The area offers an abundance of independent eateries, coffee shops and gastro pubs including The Crown, WAVE, Hash E8, Vicolo, Lardo, Pidgin, The Square and newcomer Hackney Coterie.

Hackney Downs & Hackney Central overground stations provide easy access to Liverpool Street, Stratford and Highbury & Islington, plus there are a number of great bus routes running through nearby Amhurst Road and Mare Street.


Nestled in the centre of some of East London’s most popular neighbourhoods Hackney, really is very central! A stone’s throw from London Fields, Dalston and Stoke Newington it’s an easy mish-mash of all things east. Filled with stylish eateries, such as Pidgin and Peg, alongside buzzy nighttime spots and lots of independent barbers and bike shops. Head here for an immersive experience that’s still at the centre of it all.

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