This stunning, 4 bed house with 3 bathrooms (2 en-suite), garden and rooftop area by Rectory Rd Station
It is perfect for a family or professional couple/sharers
Property type: Terraced House 4 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms (2 en-suite with showers)
Double reception area / living room Converted loft with stunning London views
Residents parking permit available
As you enter, on the ground floor there is a large double reception room with high ceilings, beautiful original features and large double breasted windows. The property boasts a modern open plan kitchen with polished concrete worktops and island cooking / serving area and an equally large dining area. The kitchen has high spec contemporary fittings and plenty of storage space. The dining area leads into the garden through a floor to ceiling glass wall which fully opens into the beautifully designed outside area, providing ample space for entertaining and relaxing on a hot summer’s evening.
On the second floor, you find a very spacious double bedroom. This bedroom is currently used as a second sitting room, has large windows, high ceilings and original period fireplace. On the same floor there is a smaller but equally well sized double room with excellent lighting. There are another 2 double rooms on the third floor, one with an en-suite bathroom with shower.
In between these floors, there is a stunning bathroom with a freestanding a bath and a walk-in shower. There is also a small rooftop garden perfect for catching some quiet time with a good book and a glass of wine. On the top floor, the large extension is currently used an office but has an en-suite bathroom and fantastic views from East London. There is also a large basement area available for storage of larger items.
The house comes unfurnished, so you can decorate it to taste. The house is being let serviced, with weekly cleaning and gardening and is perfect for professionals looking for to live in a stunning and superbly decorated space.
Transport and Location
Rectory Road – London Overground – 2 min walk
Stoke Newington – London Overground – 11 min walk
Dalston Kingsland – London Overground – 15 min walk
Dalston Junction – London Overground – 17 min walk
488 – Hackney Wick / Clapton / Dalston
276 – Stratford / Hackney Central
425 – Mile End / Victoria Park / Homerton
149 – Shoreditch / Liverpool Street / London Bridge
67 – Dalston / Haggerston / Hoxton/ Aldgate
76 – Old street / Bank / St Pauls / Waterloo
Stoke Newington is an area occupying the North-West Part of Hackney. It’s known for its culinary offerings, and being less chaotic than surrounding areas such a Dalston. Stoke Newington gives off more of a peaceful, relaxed vibe, and in some places, feels more like a village.
It has an increasingly young and professional feel to it, whilst not losing it’s original East London roots. The area has an impressive amount of grade 2 listed buildings, to beautiful mosques and churches, aesthetically, Stokey has definitely got a lot to offer.
Not quite Regents Park, but just off of Church Street, you have the locally loved Abney Park Cemetery, which is now officially a nature reserve arboretum. Perfect for a stroll. Think beautiful rather than haunted. However if you fancy a more traditional setting for a walk, the fantastic Clissold Park is close by.
One of the most notable aspects of the area, is the incredible amount of independently owned shops and businesses, there is a genuine passion that shines through. The only noticeable chain store on the road is a Whole Foods – take from that what you will.
If you are not familiar with the area, you probably still would of heard of Stoke Newington Church Street, which offers fantastic restaurants, ranging a number of cuisines, street food to high end restaurants, from cocktail bars to traditional boozers – Boutiquey but still bold.
There are far too many places to individually point out, and the great thing about Stoke Newington is its accessibility, everything is easy to find. And it is easy to travel from and too, though it’s lack of a tube line is a blessing in disguise, as it does keep tourists to the surrounding areas, giving it more of a community feel. The area is still served with an impressive amount of bus routes, and you can get a train to Liverpool Street in 15 minutes.
Come to see the properties from Monday to Saturday from 10am to 7pm.
Book a viewing or give us a call at 020 3239 4045.
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