£3,400pcm · Terraced House · Under offer

A handsome and extremely well proportioned double fronted Victorian-style end of terrace house with front and rear gardens, offering versatile and spacious accommodation arranged over two floors.  Comprising briefly:  hallway, attractive parquet flooring leading from the front door throughout the hall and double reception area, large through dining room and living room, under-stairs storage, two/three spacious reception rooms (one with a beautiful slate floor and downstairs guest cloakroom), well planned contemporary eat-in kitchen with tiled floor and black granite worktops;  three/four large double bedrooms, two with adjoining wc/shower, large family bathroom including under-floor heating and top of the range Jacuzzi bath and jet shower The large master bedroom also has access to a delightful continental style balcony where you can enjoy your morning coffee overlooking the pretty rear garden and stunning borrowed landscape of the surrounding gardens.

This delightful family home is positioned immediately to the rear of Cassland Crescent, one of the area’s most sought-after streets, and close by Well Street Common and charming Victoria Park village.  Excellently positioned for supermarkets as well as the exciting and diverse Well Street with its bee hive project, food stalls, eclectic independent shops, restaurants, cafés and vibrant weekly market.  The area’s resurgence has been cemented by several ‘outstanding’ Ofsted rated local schools covering all age ranges.  There are many notable restaurants locally, notably Raw Duck and Lardo on Richmond Road, and Pidgin and Violet on Wilton Way. The open spaces of Well Street Common, Victoria Park and the Regent’s Canal path are but a few minutes’ walk away.

Homerton and Hackney Central stations run regular and 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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