This incredibly bright split-level apartment is brilliantly located on Cranwich Road, a quiet residential street close to Stamford Hill station, and has been gracefully renovated by its architect owners.
Accommodation is on the first floor, with entry to a hall from which three principal rooms and a bathroom are accessed. To the right is a large reception with south-westerly facing bay sash windows, solid oak flooring and an original Victorian fireplace in Carrara marble. This pairing has been echoed in the kitchen with the addition of Carrara marble worktops and reclaimed stripped-wood flooring.
At the rear of the apartment is a section of flat roof which is demised to the property within the lease and could be converted to an official roof terrace, subject to relevant permissions.
The bedroom is situated on a split level, with bespoke full-height wardrobes and an original fireplace with exposed brick and Welsh-slate hearth. Volume is impressive throughout, with ceilings of approximately three metres in the living room, kitchen and bathroom. New radiators have been installed in all but the living room.
Cranwich Road is a quiet, tree-lined street situated a short walk north of the bars, restaurants and cafes of Stoke Newington, and the green spaces of Clissold and Abney Parks. Woodberry Wetlands, a nature reserve operated by London Wildlife and recently reopened to the public after 180 years, is two-minute walk away.
The apartment is located around four minutes’ walk to Stamford Hill Station which runs London Overground services to London Fields, Cambridge Heath, Bethnal Green and Liverpool Street. Manor House (Piccadilly) and Finsbury Park (Victoria Line, Great Northern and Thameslink) stations are a short bus ride away and there are a variety of bus routes into The City and West End.
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