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A charming and sunny ground floor studio apartment with direct access to a residents communal garden. Situated within a low rise building in the heart of Bow and close to both Victoria Park and Mile End Park, the property offers just over 400sqft of living space and a long lease of circa 86 years remaining.

Entering through your own private front door, this small but perfectly formed studio apartment features a separate kitchen, modern shower room with rainfall shower, and a living room/bedroom space with decorative fireplace and built-in storage cupboards. Large windows and a patio door lead out from the living area onto a south facing private residents communal garden. The current owner has made great use of the space by informally creating a seating area to soak up the sunshine in the summer months. The current owner has made designated living/dining/bedroom zones using furniture however there is the potential (subject to the usual consents) to add a glass partition to section the bedroom and living room if desired. Further benefits include a useful external cupboard next to the front door. There is also the potential to rent an additional larger storage cupboard within the estate via the local council.

The apartment is ideally located on the borders of Bow, Mile End and Victoria Park, allowing easy access to endless great amenities, cafes, bars and restaurants such as: The Lord Tredegar: A laid-back pub offering excellent food and a sunny beer garden. Mae + Harvey: A tasty coffee and brunch spot. The Morgan Arms - renowned gastro pub. East London Liquor Company: A micro distillery and bar. Roman Road: historic food and clothing market. Pavilion Café: popular café serving great coffee within Victoria Park. The Breadery: tasty, local bakery on Roman Road. There are also several green spaces surrounding the property: Victoria Park and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to the north, Mile End Park to the west, and Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park to the south. The property is equidistant from both Mile End (Central, District, and Hammersmith & City Lines) and Bow Road stations (circa 0.6 miles). Local buses are easily accessible from Roman Road or Bow Road, and provide convenient routes to Clapton, Leytonstone, Paddington, and The City.
Tenure: Leasehold circa 86 years remaining on the lease Service Charges: Circa £1,327 per annum Ground Rent: Circa £10pa EPC rating: D Council Tax: Tower Hamlets, Band B

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