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Nestled on the borders of Bethnal Green, Whitechapel and Stepney, this dual aspect one bedroom apartment is offered chain free and has benefitted from a comprehensive refurbishment by its current owner in 2019 and repainting and maintenance in 2023.

With a clean and contemporary finish, tranquil green views from its southern exposure, excellent transport links with Whitechapel station and the Elizabeth Line within walking distance, as well as a newly extended leasehold of 175-years, this smart East London home would make a great first-time purchase or investment. The flat itself is situated on the ground floor of a purpose-built block with residents’ car park to the rear of the building (permits should be applied for with Tower Hamlets). The open plan living space features engineered wood floors, large, double-glazed windows and an integrated kitchen with feature concrete work tops. The kitchen is well proportioned with good storage and the open plan room allows for space for dining and relaxing. There is a generous amount of integrated storage scattered throughout the property including a storage cupboard in the kitchen, concealed storage cupboard in the bathroom, and a cupboard in the double bedroom. The bedroom itself benefits from engineered wood flooring, ample space for a desk and double-glazed windows with its warm and peaceful south aspect towards Adelina Grove at the rear of the building. The bathroom has a clean and fresh aesthetic with grey tiled flooring and white subway tiles on the walls. The entrance to the apartment is a charming blue painted front door surrounded by low level wrought iron gates with a tiled area of outside space; the current owner has placed a planter with some greenery and a table and chairs to enjoy the space. Ansell House is a prominent building dating to circa 1956 on the south side of Mile End Road, set back from the road, just east of Sidney Street and with Adelina Grove to the rear of the building which benefits from a residents’ car park (available spaces need to be allocated by Tower Hamlets). There are bike lockers around the building (you can apply to Tower Hamlets for a space).

The property is ideally located for all the amenities of Mile End Road including the famous Genesis Cinema and the Whitechapel Gallery. The White Hart is a good pub which was recently refurbished on the corner of Mile End Road and Cambridge Heath Road and serves up great food and cocktails. The green open spaces of Weaver’s Fields, Bethnal Green Garden, Stepney Green Park and the Regent’s Canal towpath are within walking distance. Several nearby transport links allow easy access to Stratford, The City and Canary Wharf. Whitechapel Overground and Underground Station (approx. 0.2 miles) which serves the District, Hammersmith & City lines and The Elizabeth Line, Stepney Green Underground Station (0.5 miles) and Bethnal Green Overground station (0.5 miles) and Bethnal Green Underground Station (0.6 miles approximately). A number of well-connected bus routes run along Mile End Road (A11). There are also several Santander cycle stands close by.
Tenure: Leasehold of approx. 175 years (currently 85 years but a lease extension is underway with Tower Hamlets) Service Charge: Circa £3,500 per annum including hot water and heating charges and buildings insurance Ground Rent: £10 per annum EPC Rating: C Local Authority: London Borough of Tower Hamlets Council Tax Band: B

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