This imposing six bedroom Victorian home has been meticulously restored throughout. The interior design is sympathetic to the era retaining period features such as original fire places, cornicing, staircase and sash windows with wooden shutters. The flooring is a blend of textures including Stark carpet, oak parquet, and poured concrete resin. Wallpaper and paint throughout is courtesy of Farrow and Ball and fabrics hail from dkny, Sandersron, Romo and Zoffay. The Loft lights in the hallway and handmade ceiling lights by Augustine further enhance the natural light provided by the enviable orientation. The bespoke kitchen by Sussex Carpentry is complete with polished concrete, wine fridges and integrated appliances. Hardwood double glazed doors lead from the dining area and snug to a landscaped south facing garden. The upper floors boast five bedrooms, additional study, roof terrace and three bathrooms. Externally the brickwork has been repointed and the Welsh Slate Steps leading to the original front door provide optimum kerb appeal. Utilities have been upgraded to modern standards and the property is offered for sale chain free.
Situation De Beauvoir Town is nestled between the boroughs of Hackney and Islington, ideally situated for local amenities including the popular De Beauvoir Deli. The area has a cosmopolitan feel, promoting a community atmosphere. Transport links are plentiful including Essex Road (0.25 miles) and Hagerstown (0.4 miles).
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