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This beautifully renovated three bedroom freehold home has set a new standard on the Jesus Hospital Estate in more ways than one. Fitted and finished with excellence in all areas, it has been inventively extended on both the ground and first floors (a rarity for the estate) to include a side return and a second bathroom.

Terraced House

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms


1,100 sq ft (102 sq m)

The Tour

Spanning circa 1,100 square foot, the house comprises an impressive through lounge with large double glazed sash window with plantation shutters, open brick fireplace and reclaimed wood floor boards which step down into a virtually open plan kitchen where only a structural columns exists to naturally divide the space and also hint at the original Victorian design.

The kitchen has been thoughtfully designed, maximising storage and features a bespoke panelled kitchen island, solid wood work tops, butler sink, subway tile splash back, pattern floor tiles with underfloor heating and a light filled dining area with refectory table and benches.

The owners went to great lengths to maximise the light at the rear of the property and commissioned and all glass structure with a unique 2% pitch, giving the appearance of a flat glass roof. The exposed brick wall and decorative wood panelling and beams bring warmth to the extension. Furthermore, they installed an authentic Crittal warehouse window and back door which opens on to the suitably charming and partially decked garden. The position of the house within the Jesus Hospital Estate means that it is afforded one of larger gardens within the conservation area.

The space under the stairs has been cleverly transformed into a small shower room with guest WC - a further nod to the industrial era, featuring brass and copper fixtures, subway tiles and brick.

The first floor consists of a main bedroom with bespoke fitted wardrobes, open fireplace, restored wood floor boards and two large south facing double glazed sash windows with plantation shutters. The 2nd double bedroom and 3rd bedroom are currently configured as a home office and nursery respectively, with views over the garden, white wash wood floors and built in storage in the 3rd bedroom. The upstairs hallway and landing boasts a vaulted timber ceiling with roof window and access to loft storage via a custom made ladder. The main bathroom features a further roof window, built in storage, miniature herringbone stone flooring with underfloor heating, roll top bath tub with Victorian style finishes and a rainfall wall mounted showerhead.

The new owner will further benefit from a well maintained exterior with recent renovations to gully and leadwork on the main pitched roof, as well as all original windows replaced with wood framed double glazed sash windows, and several beautiful built-in cabinetry for the utility meters, and understairs storage.

The Area

The house occupies an enviable position in what is unquestionably one of the most desirable residential locations in the East End of London. Located within the The Jesus Hospital Estate conservation area and bordering the vibrant Columbia Road Flower Market, this picturesque area still manages to retain a unique character and village feel while remaining close to the city. The surrounding area is brimming with independent coffee shops, acclaimed restaurants, quirky bars and exclusive retailers, notably on Columbia Road, Hackney Road, Brick Lane, Redchurch Street and Broadway Market. Some of the immediate hotspots include: The Birdcage, Brawn, Morito, Sager & Wilde, Pavilion, Nelly Duff, Nom & Campania.

As well as Jesus Green itself, the property is within easy reach of the green open spaces of both Haggerston Park and Hackney City Farm. Nearby transport links include Hoxton Overground Station (0.6 miles), Shoreditch High Street Overground Station (0.6 miles) and Bethnal Green Underground Station (0.7 miles). Liverpool Street Station is 1.2 miles and can be easily reached on foot or by train. There are three Santander cycle stands within Jesus Green as well as a wealth of local bus routes on Hackney Road providing 24 hour access to the rest of London.

Bethnal Green

Bordered by two big green parks and just a stone’s throw from the City, this buzzy neighbourhood is a mixing pot of old school East Enders and young professionals. Long standing cafes and pubs sit alongside cool cocktail bars and fine dining restaurants. There is a thriving arts scene here too, largely pioneered by Maureen Paley and Calvert Avenue is one of the neighbourhood’s best kept shopping secrets. Be sure to check out Bethnal Green if you’re a fan of eclectic neighbourhoods and easy commutes!

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