This charming three bedroom house boasts bright and spacious interiors featuring three large reception rooms, a separate kitchen and a cellar.
- Charming Victorian, middle of terrace house
- Bright and airy interiors arranged over two floors
- Two spacious reception rooms as well as a dining room
- Separate good sized kitchen
- Three well proportioned double bedrooms
- A smart family bathroom
- Private paved garden
- Great location close to amenities
Located on a peaceful residential road, this property boasts close proximity to Rectory Road Station which offers frequent services into central London. An array of amenities can be found on Stoke Newington High Street which is also close by.
Stoke Newington locals have kindly shared their favourite places to go...
Recently in Time Out as one of the best coffee shops of 2015, this family friendly, independent venue also sells South American street food and tasty breakfasts.
Both an arboretum and a cemetery, Abney Park is one of London's 'Magnificent Seven' cemeteries built by the Victorians in the 19th century with beautiful grounds.
Great breakfasts and lunches and the only café in the area to open early. And they have food from Brazil too! OMG, I am so excited that this is my new local!
Rectory Road station
Stoke Newington station
- Stamp Duty
- Council tax:
- £1,582 per year (Band E)
- Local authority:
- Total Sq Ft:
- 1,739 (161 Sq M) approx.
Lease details, service charges, ground rent (where applicable) and council tax are given as a guide only and should be checked and confirmed by your Solicitor prior to exchange of contracts.
Energy Performance Certificates
The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) gives the building a standard energy and carbon emission efficiency grade from 'A' to 'G', where 'A' is the most efficient and 'D' being the average to date.
Calculations by Alexander Hall Mortgages
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