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3 Bedroom mid-terrace house Tyssen Road, Stoke Newington, N16 £1,050,000

A superb three bedroom period house with lots of original features and a sunny south facing garden located in a quiet residential road in Stoke Newington close to good local amenities and transport links.

Guide Price £1,050,000 - £1,100,000.

A superb three bedroom period house with lots of original features and a sunny south facing garden located in a quiet residential road in Stoke Newington close to good local amenities and transport links.

This charming home provides extensive living and bedroom accommodation with a large cellar for storage totalling approximately 1401 sq ft. The house is in good condition throughout and retains many period features with high ceilings with ornate original coving and ceiling roses, picture rails, sash windows, stripped wooden floorboards and doors, period cast iron fireplaces and wonderful original Victorian cupboards in the bedrooms and hallway.

The entrance hallway features stripped wooden floorboards, Victorian storage cupboard, period ceiling detail and staircase with wooden banisters and spindles; it serves each of the reception rooms, the kitchen/diner, a guest WC and provides access down to an incredibly large cellar for storage, divided into two rooms with good head height and window to rear. To the front are two interconnecting reception rooms boasting stripped wooden floorboards and doors, providing substantial living accommodation; the front reception room is bright and airy measured into a bay window; featuring high ceiling with ornate coving and ceiling rose as well as a magnificent working, period cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth and marble mantelpiece. The rear reception room also features ornate coving, ceiling rose and picture rail, with ample built-in shelving and sash window overlooking the garden.

There is a well-equipped contemporary kitchen / diner to the rear of the ground floor with ample space for a separate dining table. The kitchen benefits from lots of storage and is fitted with a range of modern, white, high and low level units, with integrated stainless steel oven, hob and extractor fan as well as space and plumbing for additional appliances; featuring a tiled splashback, tiled floor and spotlights to ceiling. It is a bright dual aspect room with window to the rear and window and door to the side providing access into the garden.

The sunny south facing garden features a lawn and patio area extending to the side return, with ample space for alfresco dining and a barbeque; secluded and surrounded by mature shrubs, climbing plants and trees, with raised brick built flower beds and a brick built seating area. Also benefiting from a lockable bike shed.

On the first floor there is a spacious double master bedroom with two large sash windows to the front affording lots of natural light; benefiting from delightful original Victorian wardrobes to alcoves supplying lots of storage, stripped wooden floorboards and an original period cast iron fireplace. The second bedroom is also a generous double with a sash window overlooking gardens to the rear, with original Victorian wardrobe to alcove and period cast iron fireplace.

On the lower half landing there is a stylish family bathroom comprising of a bath with overhead shower and glass screen, pedestal wash hand basin and WC; fitted with a vanity wall mirror, ladder radiator and spotlights to ceiling, with tiled splashback, tiled floor and window to side. There is also a smaller double bedroom to the rear of this level, with stripped painted wooden floorboard and sash window to rear.

The property also benefits from a loft which could be converted into additional bedrooms and there is the possibility to extend the kitchen/diner to the side return, subject to the necessary planning permission and building regulations.

The property is for sale with no onward chain.

Tyssen Road is located moments away from the areas numerous shops and transport links including Rectory Road overground station, which provides fast and frequent services into Liverpool Street, and lots of bus routes along Stoke Newington High Street. Dalston Kingland and Dalston Junction Stations are also within easy reach.

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