Victorian Terrace House in London with permit parking (vouchers available from owner) situated opposite a common and close to Victoria Park in East London.
The property is spread over four floors with Victorian fire places in several of the rooms, offering a mixture of period and contemporary features..
The large kitchen consists of cream shaker units with a light oak work top , a range cooker and a beige tiled floor.
The living room is bright and airy with a bay window with large double doors creating an open plan space to the dining room. Both rooms have dancing gas flame fireplaces, ceiling roses and both are decorated in neutral colours.
The basement has been converted into a mock 1930's bar with high wooden stools and ceiling spotlights. This space also works well as a green room or for equipment storage.
There are 3 double bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a nursery, Another of the upstairs rooms is currently used as a study. There are 2 modern bathrooms, both with showers and one also has a bath, plus an additional toilet on the ground floor. The master bedroom has a bay window, kingsize bed, a fireplace and all the rooms are decorated in neutral colours.
The converted loft room serves as a 4th double bedroom.
• Living Room/Dining Room - 7.4 metres x 4.1 metres
Features: 2 x working gas flame fireplaces, piano, solid wood flooring, dining table & 6 chairs, views across park
• Master Bathroom: 2.3 metres x 2.2 metres
Features: Double-ended bath, large separate shower cubicle
• Basement Bar: 3.5 metres x 7 metres
Features: Corner sofa, 1920s style bar, dart board
• Master Bedroom: 5 metres x 3.6 metres
Features: Kingsize bed, built in wardrobes, dressing table, views across park
- Cutlery and Crockery
- Eat In
- Gas Hob
- Kitchen Diner
- Range Cooker
- Period Fireplace
- Period Staircase
- Real Wood Floor
- Tiled Floor
Walls & Windows
- Bay Window
- Large Windows
- Painted Walls
The house faces a Common, therefore has no houses opposite it. Situated on a quiet Crescent in a peaceful area. 100 metres away is a sizeable church, and on the far side of the Common is Victoria Park.
The house itself is a clean, tidy Victorian Terraced House with metal railings to the front.
At the rear, the garden is very quiet and only adjoins other gardens which then lead on to the rear of a terrace of Georgian houses.
The wider area is well served by cafes, restaurants and pubs.