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3 Bedroom mid-terrace house Kersley Road, Stoke Newington, N16 £1,100,000

A charming three bedroom Victorian house enviably located in one of the most desirable roads in Stoke Newington moments away from Stoke Newington Church Street and close to Clissold Park.

A charming three bedroom Victorian house enviably located in one of the most desirable roads in Stoke Newington moments away from Stoke Newington Church Street and close to Clissold Park.

The house is spacious and well-presented throughout boasting approximately 1376 sq ft of internal accommodation. It retains some charming period style features including stripped wooden floorboards and doors, high ceilings with original ceiling detail, picture rail and sash windows to some rooms.

The entrance hallway serves each of the reception rooms, the kitchen/diner, a guest WC and provides access down to a cellar that is used for storage. The hallway boasts the original ornate Victorian ceiling detail and dado rail as well as period spindles, banisters and dado rail to staircase.

The property comprises on the ground floor of interconnecting reception rooms divided by original wooden French doors, featuring stripped wooden floorboards and doors and high ceilings with coving and cornice. There is a dining room with bay sash window to the front with original wooden panelling and shutters and extensive built in bookshelves. The living room to the rear has Victorian French doors opening onto the garden as well as a charming period cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth.

To the rear of the ground floor there is a wonderfully bright dual aspect kitchen / diner with a bay stained glass window to the side, a further window to the side and wooden French doors opening onto the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wooden high and low level units with wood block worktops incorporating a double sink, integrated oven and hob. With tiled splashback and ample space for a large dining table as well as space and plumbing for a washing machine, dishwasher and fridge freezer.

The property benefits from a delightful garden, with patio area to the side return and front leading onto the main garden, which is planted with mature shrubs and flowers. It is a secluded and quiet place to relax and unwind.

On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom, the front master bedroom is a light and exceptionally spacious double with two sash windows, a high ceiling and built in wardrobes to alcove. The second bedroom is also a generous double and features a sash window overlooking the garden and alcove bookshelves and cupboard. There is also a smaller bedroom to the rear of the first floor with window overlooking the garden as well as a family bathroom comprising of a wood panelled bath with overhead shower and glass screen, traditional pedestal wash hand basin and WC, with tiled splashback and a window to the side.

There may be the potential to extend the property into the loft and kitchen side return subject to the necessary planning permission and building regulations.

Kersley Road is a sought after residential road to the south of Stoke Newington Church Street so is moments away from the boutique shops, brilliant restaurants and pubs, local Fishmonger and Butcher, coffee shops and bars. The Library, post office, bakery, wine shop, optician, dentist, pharmacy, doctor, local shops are all a short stroll away and there is a very strong sense of community in the area.

For families Stoke Newington offers a vast range of outstanding and good rated primary schools (the closest being William Patten), 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 and Abney Park Conservation area is also moments away. The Clissold Leisure Centre and the West Reservoir and Castle Climbing Centre, Shakespeare walk adventure playground at Butterfield Green are all great facilities and are all nearby.

There are excellent transport links including numerous bus routes along Stoke Newington Church Street, the High Street and Albion Road. Stoke Newington overground station provides a


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