Offering light and space along with views over Albion Square is this delightful semi-detached period house. Sir William Middleton commissioned the building of Albion Square in 1844 as Hackney was being developed. Pevsner has described the design of the square as "clearly influenced by the work of the celebrated landscape designer and writer, John Claudius Loudon ". The central garden was saved from demolition and remains an ornamental space with symmetrical beds, grass and trees and a picturesque garden pavilion.
Arranged over four full floors, plus an addition to the rear, accommodation comprises a huge kitchen and dining room on the lower floor - leading to a landscaped garden; through reception with beautiful bay window and original shutters and a study on the raised ground; master bedroom with full en-suite bathroom and a child’s room/study on the first floor; and two double bedrooms and a further bathroom on the top floor. Further benefiting from a cloakroom, utility, plenty of integral storage and a double garage.
Albion Square is Hackneys premier address and is well placed for the City, West End or Canary Wharf, all accessible via the new Overground Line at Haggerston or the many bus routes of Kingsland Road.