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An elegant 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom garden apartment set within a handsome Victorian conversion with almost 900sqft of thoughtfully refurbished lateral space, and benefitting from its own entrance and a share of the freehold. Large double glazed timber framed sash windows fill the space with natural light and sunshine from its southern exposure, with French doors opening on to the jewel of the home - a quintessentially English walled patio garden which has a tranquil aspect away from the road; an inviting and sun filled space with paved and decked areas, built in seating and deep flowerbeds with mature planting and trees including fig and orange trees, as well as a large jasmine which is working it’s way around the garden- your own personal oasis against the backdrop of bustling Hackney.

Details: EPC rating: C Council tax: Band C, Hackney Buildings Insurance: Approx. £800 per annum Tenure: 992 year leasehold with a share of the freehold

Accessed via your own gate, you enter the apartment into a wide hallway with ample space for storage, coats and shoes; internal glazed French doors lead on to the open plan entertaining space with clearly defined zones for relaxing, eating and cooking. The kitchen has been thoughtfully designed, maximising storage and features an island unit hidden behind a fixed parapet wall creating soft division between the kitchen and dining area. Shaker style cabinets, marble worktops, a large butlers sink, a double-oven range cooker, textured subway tile wall and reclaimed timber shelf all blend seamlessly to create a contemporary aesthetic with a Victorian cottage and country farmhouse feel. Both bedrooms benefit from oak wood floors and large timber framed, recently refurbished, double-glazed sash windows with beautiful period appropriate shutters. The main bedroom is a generously sized double room with an en-suite walk-in shower room, and a large wardrobe/storage cupboard, which a new owner could further extend by utilising the original coal store (currently blocked off behind the storage cupboard). There is a contemporary main bathroom with a neutral palette and features including underfloor heating, and a shelf mounted wall hung sink with matte black fittings. The property also benefits from a storage shed which can be access from both the entrance gate and from the garden, making it a great place for storing bicycles as well as garden items. Included within the demise of the apartment is the front entrance garden, which again offers potential for the creation of further utility space if required.
The property is situated in an extremely central location ideal for all the shops, restaurants, bars and amenities Hackney and London Fields have to offer. Amongst the endless options a few Easthaus favourites are within a easy reach of the property, namely, Italian eaterie Lardo and Pophams Bakery on Richmond Road; Victoria Park Farmers Market on Sundays, Netil Market and Okko on Broadway Market for great Japanese bites and Ginger Pig butchers in Victoria Park Village. Conveniently located on popular Well Street - the southern end of this historic market street is home to a number of good bars, cafes and bottle shops, including Well Street Kitchen, The Gun and 223 Well Street. Broadway Market, Mare Street Market and Victoria Park Village, as well the green spaces of London Fields, Well Street Common and Victoria Park are also all within easy walking distance. London Fields Overground Station is just 0.3 miles away, with both Hackney Central Overground Station and Homerton Overground Station 0.7 miles away. Bethnal Green Underground Station is reachable by a short bus ride, and there are also a number of well-connected bus routes that run from Well Street and nearby Mare Street.

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