Recently refurbished to an excellent standard is this three bedroom Victorian terraced house. The property is arranged over four floors and offers over 1600sqft of flexible living space. The lower ground floor offers a reception with full width floor-to-ceiling sliding doors to the landscaped garden, a skylight, and a third bedroom with en-suite which is accessible via an optional private entrance at the front of the property. The raised ground floor offers a dual aspect kitchen / diner, whilst the upper floors offer two further double bedrooms and two bathrooms. The property also boasts a feature staircase with glass balustrade visible throughout the house. Located on the north side of London Fields the property is located moments away from Broadway Market & Regent's Canal as well as numerous transport links and amenities.
BlakeStanley are pleased to offer to the market this charming end-of-terrace freehold house with planning permission. Currently this two bedroom property comprises a double reception room and an open-plan kitchen diner that gives direct access to the 50ft garden through concertina doors. The house is well presented, benefits from a wealth of period features and includes a garden office with its own electricity supply. The current owners have secured planning permission for an extension to the rear of the property that will create extra living space, a third bedroom and second bathroom. Situated a stone's throw from Broadway Market & London Fields means numerous amenities and transport links are within reach.
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