Parkholme Road, E8

£2,500,000 (Guide Price)

5 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, 2 Receptions

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5 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, 2 Receptions

Description

A beautiful double fronted period Freehold set within one of London Fields’ premier streets. This family home has not been offered for sale for nearly 40 years presenting a fantastic one off opportunity to live on Parkholme Road. There is light in abundance due to the property’s East to West orientation providing morning and evening light throughout this massive 2883 sqft house. The accommodation is well proportioned as well as being flexible, depending on how one lives, as well as offering a rental opportunity due to a one bedroom flat located on the lower ground - this space could also be used for a family member or nanny. Should you wish to enhance the size of house, the current sellers had planning permission (which has now lapsed) to push out the front of the attic space to offer even more space. The current accommodation is used as two separate receptions on the raised ground with steps down from the dining room to an L-shaped eat in kitchen. This is a beautiful space due to double doors opening out onto the West facing garden. There is also a utility room plus a separate WC. On the first floor you will find three large double bedrooms along with the family bathroom where the second floor provides a smaller bedroom, shower room and another double room which is where the house could be extended (currently storage). The lower ground floor is currently a self-contained one bedroom flat with an open plan reception/kitchen, separate shower room and large double bedroom. The house has some stunning period features throughout; such as high ceilings, fireplaces, sash windows and Parquet flooring, to name a few. There is also a mature private rear garden.

Located in Zone 2, Parkholme Road is well located for the open spaces of London Fields, the excellent Queensbridge & Gayhurst schools (subject to annual catchment changes) and a host of transport links. This quiet street is approximately five minute’s walk to Dalston Junction and Dalston Kingsland Overground stations with easy onward tube access, and also with Crossrail due to link up at Whitechapel next year.. Further transportation is provided via the many local bus routes, several just a minute's walk away, to Angel, Shoreditch, The City and Docklands. Hackney Downs train station is also well connected taking you to Liverpool Street in 10 minutes. Broadway Market is also close by with its abundance of shops, restaurants and amenities and of course its famous weekly market. For alternative shopping, along with The Rio Cinema and the Vortex Jazz Club, Dalston is just up the road with its historic Ridley Road Market