This smart one-bedroom flat has its very own garden with a hideaway office ‘pod’, and lies a whisker away from Stoke Newington and Woodberry Wetlands.

Cranwich Road, Stamford Hill, 1 bedroom Flat

£525,000

Under offer

BRICKWORKS SAYS

One of four in the building, and part of a handsome double-fronted Victorian terraced house in N16, this immaculate one-bedroom apartment is a wonderfully tranquil home. With a separate entrance at the front and your own leafy garden at the back, this home affords peace and privacy from the hustle and bustle of London life.

At the front, two broad bay windows illuminate the minimal and meticulously finished main bedroom and living room. Discreet inbuilt storage has been integrated throughout, allowing for an uncluttered interior, especially in the gorgeously designed kitchen that overlooks the patio. An extension of the kitchen, the sunny west-facing garden is a room of its own, crowned by a pod-style cabin designed as a work-from-home office.

The North London enclave of Stamford Hill puts Stoke Newington Church Street with its kaleidoscope of eclectic cafes, restaurants and shops 15-minutes away on foot. The flat practically borders the wilds of Woodberry Wetlands and The Castle Climbing Centre, not to mention Clissold and Abney Parks. And with Overground and Manor House station so close by, the rest of London is at your fingertips.

THE OWNER SAYS

I have loved living on this quiet road with quick, easy access to the best bits of Stoke Newington.

Having Church Street and the many parks and super pubs close by have been wonderful. I’ve particularly enjoyed having my own garden, and the ‘pod’ has been a revelation for hybrid working. It’s also been a really convenient place to live with easy access to the rest of London via the walkable Piccadilly and Victoria lines.

POINTS TO CONSIDER

Energy Performance Certificate:

The EPC gives both current and potential Energy Efficiency Rating: C.

Council Tax:

In the Borough of Hackney, the property falls into Council Tax Band D (£1,671.09 in 2022/23).

Recent work:

The owner has fully redecorated, put in a new shower, designed and built a new garden, and installed an outdoor ‘pod’ workspace. They have also contributed to the repointing of the entire building as well as other maintenance matters in recent times, meaning the flat is ready to move into with minimum fuss.

Utilities:

Current monthly utility costs run at gas and electricity combined £100, and water £16.

Tenure:

One of four in the building, the flat has a share of freehold with 999 years remaining on the lease.

Service charge:

There is no ground rent or service charge.

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