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3 Bedroom flat Nevill Road, Stoke Newington, N16 £750,000

A fabulous three bedroom Victorian conversion with sole use of a sunny garden and terraces arranged over two levels and situated in a popular residential road to the south of Stoke Newington Church Street.

A fabulous three bedroom Victorian conversion with sole use of a sunny garden and terraces arranged over two levels and situated in a popular residential road to the south of Stoke Newington Church Street.

GUIDE PRICE £750,000 - £800,000.

The property is well presented with many charming original features including period fireplace, stripped wooden floorboards, parquet herringbone wooden flooring, sash windows and high ceilings with cornice and ceiling rose.

The property boasts approximately 897sq ft of internal accommodation comprising on the ground floor of a bright and spacious interconnecting living space and guest WC; the front reception room benefits from triple sash window to the front providing lots of natural light, with alcove storage cupboard and shelving, a beautiful original cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth, high ceiling with coving and ceiling rose and stripped wooden floorboards extending into the kitchen diner and hallway.

To the rear on this level there is a warm and inviting kitchen / dining area, fitted with a range of contemporary high and low level units with woodblock worktops incorporating integrated stainless steel oven, hob and extractor fan with modern brick tiled splashback as well as built in appliances and space and plumbing for a fridge freezer; featuring wooden floorboards and ample space for a large separate dining table. With full height Victorian French doors opening onto a walled garden, with steps down to a decked patio area to the front leading to a gravel area to the rear surrounded by mature raised flower beds, plants and shrubs, with garden shed to the rear.

On the lower ground floor there are three good sized bedrooms and a bathroom. There is a wide hallway with space for a desk and storage, with staircase with Victorian style banisters and spindles to the upper level.

There is an exceptionally spacious master bedroom to the rear, with window and French doors opening onto the rear terrace; featuring under stairs storage cupboard and parquet herringbone wooden floorboards.

There are two additional bedrooms to the front, the good sized second double bedroom benefits from parquet herringbone wooden floorboards and a triple sash window to the front. The smaller bedroom boasts French doors opening onto the front terrace as well as parquet herringbone wooden floorboards extending into the hallway.

The smart bathroom is fitted with a bath with overhead shower and glass screen, vanity wash hand basin and WC, with stylish brick tiled splashback, tiled floor and period column radiator and towel rail.

Nevill Road is conveniently located close to excellent transport links including Rectory Road Station into Liverpool Street in one direction and Dalston Kingsland, Dalston Junction and Canonbury in the other as well as numerous local bus routes into the City and West End from Stoke Newington Church Street and Albion Road.

Stoke Newington Church Street, with its vibrant mix of restaurants, coffee shops, pubs and boutique shops is close by and the popular Shakspeare Pub is a short walk away. Newington Green is within easy reach and there are good local shops along Stoke Newington High Street. The local Fishmonger, Butcher, Library, post office, bakery, wine shop, optician, dentist, pharmacy, doctor and local shops are nearby.

For families Stoke Newington offers a vast range of outstanding and good rated primary, secondary schools and nurseries. For recreation the house is close to Clissold Park for picnics and tree climbing, with its playground, tennis courts, paddling pool, Skate Park, animal enclosures and Clissold House. The Clissold Leisure Centre and the West Reservoir and Castle Climbing Centre are also a short distance away. The Shakespeare walk adventure playground at Butterfield Green is also within walking distance. The restaurants and local pubs are very family friendly but are also great places for more grown-up nights out.

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