This late-Victorian terraced house, with its striking white-painted brick facade, has four bedrooms and a generous open-plan living space that opens out onto a stylish, south-facing garden. It’s a home for all seasons.

Belgrade Road, Stoke Newington, 4 bedroom House

£1,100,000

Under offer

BRICKWORKS SAYS

Located on a much-loved street, this attractive four-bedroom family home is pleasingly placed between three great north London neighbourhoods: Stoke Newington, Dalston and Newington Green.

On the ground floor, a bay window brings light into the front reception room, complete with a wood-burning stove. At the back, the secluded south-facing garden beckons via bi-folding doors – a verdant sun trap with decking created for entertaining, a pergola and mature planting.

Three double bedrooms and an extra single, plus a good-sized bathroom and separate WC, complete the upper floor, which has been finished with a palette of delicate pastels, subtly linking one room to the next. Plenty of in-built storage (as well as a cellar) makes this home functional, too.

Belgrade Road leads to Butterfield Green at one end and Stoke Newington High Street at the other. With such a central position, there is a seemingly endless list of excellent food and drink options within easy reach. A local, low-traffic cycling network connects you to central London in less than 15 minutes. And there are also various public transport options, including both Dalston’s London Overground stations which are 10 (or so) minutes away on foot.

THE OWNER SAYS

My favourite part of our house is the open-plan kitchen-diner overlooking the beautiful garden. It is very peaceful and sunny. In the winter, we enjoy getting cosy by the wood burner in the living room.

The local area is full of fantastic options, too. Bodega does a great coffee, and Luminary Bakery’s cinnamon buns are a tasty treat from nearby Allen Road.

POINTS TO CONSIDER

Energy Performance Certificate:

EPC Energy Efficiency Rating: D. Potential rating: C.

Council Tax:

In the Borough of Hackney, the property falls into Band E (£1,958.16 in 2022/23).

Utilities:

Currently (approx) monthly charges: gas £84, electricity £89 & water £35.

Recent work:

The current owners have added a downstairs WC and fitted a wood burner stove in the living room. They have also re-designed the garden.

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