This 3 bedroom home with a nursery is ideal for a small family and is located in the vibrant and diverse neighbourhood of Stoke Newington. The flat has two full bedrooms, a study with a space for a bed (to be provided, on request) and a nursery room with a cot.
On arrival you will find the eat-in kitchen to the immediate right, which is of a good size with excellent facilities installed. These include a dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer and a stunning range cooker. Along the corridor to the left is a study room and the main bathroom which offers a bath with shower screen. At the rear is a comfortable and light sitting room with wooden flooring, and a Juliet balcony with views of the neighbouring gardens. The guest bedroom has a double bed and looks out over the parking bay. On the upper floor you will find the nursery room and the master bedroom which has a super-king bed and a large wardrobe.
Stoke Newington is a vibrant, diverse location and an excellent base to explore the City from, with numerous places to eat and drink. A short 5 minute walk from this property is Stoke Newington Church Street which offers a Whole Foods store, a traditional English tea room, and several excellent cafés (the Kauri Tree and the Spence Bakery are our favourites) and restaurants (Indian food at Rasa, smokehouse style dinners at Foxlow, Italian at il Bacio). Along the High Street are a huge variety of pubs and highly-rated restaurants of varied cuisines (Turkish, Spanish, Mexican) – just 10 minutes walk from your front door. If you fancy eating in, there are wonderful greengrocers, quality butcher & fishmongers, as well as the Saturday farmers Market. Independent and vintage shops are what make this neighbourhood so distinctive: music lovers should visit Bridgewood & Neitzert for a range of classical and modern violins, whilst fashionistas will enjoy a visit to Hub (and Hub Men across the street) for quirky designer labels, bags and shoes galore.
Rectory Road and Stoke Newington stations offer overland trains to Liverpool Street in 15 minutes– where the Central Line will whisk you to Oxford Circus within 10 minutes.