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A beautifully refurbished 1 bedroom apartment on the raised ground floor of an elegant period conversion of just 3 homes. Situated within the desirable Medway Conservation Area, on the fringes of the esteemed Tredegar Conservation Area, and benefitting from a Share of Freehold and exceptional ceiling heights throughout.

As you enter the living room, you are greeted with a charming decorative fireplace, wood floor and sash window. The living room leads through into the shaker-style kitchen with butler sink and partially vaulted ceiling. A modern bathroom is located off the kitchen, featuring subway tiles, a walk-in shower and window for great natural light and ventilation. There is also a good-size under-stair cupboard to maximise space. The double bedroom features original bay sash windows with newly fitted shutters and two built-in wardrobes spanning the full ceiling height. The current owner has made improvements to the property by repainting in 2023, fitting a new boiler and radiators throughout the apartment.

Located on the border of the prestigious Tredegar Conservation Area with its elegant garden square, the house is surrounded by several beautiful green spaces with 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 house is a short stroll from popular gastro pub The Morgan Arms, as well as several other locally loved destinations including: Roman Road market - a traditional East End street market open 3 times per week, The Lord Tredegar - relaxed pub with great food and a sunny beer garden, Mae + Harvey – delicious coffee and brunch spot, East London Liquor Company - micro distillery and bar. Breadery - a local bakery on Roman Road with incredible sourdough, Vinarius - an independent wine merchant. Transport links are plentiful with Bow Road station (District and Hammersmith & City Lines) a short walk away (circa 0.5 miles) and Bow Church DLR station (circa 0.6 miles). Mile End station (Central, District and Hammersmith & City Lines) is only 0.5 miles (approx.), plus local buses run from nearby Roman Road or Bow Road towards Clapton, Leytonstone, Paddington and The City.
Tenure: Share of Freehold with circa 153 years remaining on the lease. Informal Service Charges: Approx £340 per annum (a contribution towards building insurance) EPC rating: C Local Authority: Tower Hamlets, Band C

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