Positioned at the end of an attractive residential terrace in central Hackney, this beautifully crafted three-bedroom townhouse has been radically remodelled by Born Design, in collaboration with architect Martyn Clarke, to create a wonderfully engaging family home.
Accessed via a short flight of steps to the front door, entrance is to a wide hallway that turns right into a through reception with picture windows at each end, elegant Dinesen wood flooring and a built-in bench shelf that runs the length of the room. Neatly located at the back of the space, is a useful study area that can be separated from the living room behind an oversized sliding door.
The kitchen and dining room are at lower ground level. A beautiful bespoke kitchen island provides the focal point to the sociable space, leading into a dining area that has access to the patio garden through fully retractable sliding doors. A second study area / family room sits beneath a large skylight that draws in light from street level. A polished concrete floor runs throughout.
Two of the three bedrooms are positioned on the first floor, both with ply-faced built-in wardrobes and bright lino floors. A utility cupboard, with space for washer and dryer, assumes a sensible place on the landing, and there’s a large family bathroom with separate bath and shower.
The master bedroom and en-suite bathroom occupy the entire top floor of the house, along with a sunny south-west facing decked terrace.
The house is well-positioned on a quiet residential street in central Hackney, just to the east of the popular London Fields and next to bustling Well Street. There are many fantastic restaurants locally, notably Raw Duck and Lardo on Richmond Road, and Pidgin and Violet on Wilton Way. Well Street market is now open weekly, and Broadway Market has a reputation for some excellent places to eat and drink, and hosts a food market on Saturdays. The green spaces of Victoria Park and the Regent’s Canal path are few minutes’ walk to the south.
Hackney Central runs direct services to Stratford and Highbury & Islington on the London Overground, whilst London Fields also offers direct trains to Liverpool Street. Bethnal Green Underground station, easily accessible by bus, has excellent links to central London via the Central Line.
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