A stunning rarely available Freehold period house offered for sale on one of London Fields premier streets. The accommodation is flexible and arranged over three levels of just over 2200 sqft. There is light in abundance throughout the house due to the property’s orientation and dual aspect. The house is rich in character, with period features such as high ceilings, sash windows, wood flooring and fireplaces. Access is via the raised ground floor leading you to a light filled hallway with stairs to all floors and access to the main double reception. This dual aspect room makes for a beautiful sitting/reading room due to its width, high ceilings and out-look over the rear south facing garden. Original folding partitions give some flexibility to the space. A door way leads to the side extension built on the site of a fire station dating back to WW2. This part of the house is currently a study but could be used as a guest room as it has a large en-suite bathroom. A secluded south and west facing roof terrace is accessible via the study. The lower ground floor is an excellent place for entertaining family and friends. There is a further family reception space adjoining a double bedroom and a shower room and with access to the patio and garden. A large kitchen/dining area leads to a separate utility room on this floor which can also be accessed via the front of the house. This is an entry from the street and the off street parking space, convenient for active families to bring in bikes, shopping and/or dogs after a trip to London Fields. Two further double bedrooms, single room/study and family bathroom are located on the top level of the house. There is also the potential to extend this already large property by obtaining planning permission to go into the attic and/or over the study/ensuite bathroom. This house also benefits from an extra wide mature southerly facing garden. A perfect retreat from the busy city.
Albion Drive is a popular tree lined residential road moments from the open parkland of London Fields with its Olympic size lido. Broadway Market is also a short walk away offering everything from bakeries, coffee shops, restaurants and galleries to the popular weekend farmers' market. Convenient public transport links to the City, the West End and other parts of London include Haggerston and London Fields Overground stations and multiple bus routes.