Modern, fresh and inviting, this charming one-bedroomed first-floor flat in N16 is stylishly packaged in a neighbourhood that has it all.

Oxted Court, Stamford Hill, 1 bedroom Flat

£300,000

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THE OWNER SAYS

Although I’ve never lived here, I know it’s brought the tenants great joy over the years; it’s comfortable and cosy. We’ve done work to improve the flat, giving it a new lease of life – I’m so happy with the look and feel of the kitchen and the new flooring.

The flat is ideal for someone who wants the buzz of the area. There really is so much on your doorstep. I love Stoke Newington for all the nightlife, the shops and the decent coffee!

POINTS TO CONSIDER

Energy Performance Certificate:

Currently energy rating D. Potential rating C.

Council Tax:

In the borough of Hackney, the flat falls into Band A (£1,114 in 2022/23).

Tenure:

97 years remain on the lease.

Ground rent & service charge:

The service charge is approximately £1,200 (collected monthly). The ground rent is £10 per year but is included in the service charge.

Utilities:

Current monthly costs are approx. Gas & Electricity £62 (combined), Water £35.

Recent work:

The owners have installed a new kitchen, new laminate flooring, and recently redecorated throughout.

Getting around:

You’re in the perfect spot to access two Overground stations – Stoke Newington and Stamford Hill, giving you access across the network. If you need the Underground, Seven Sisters is a short jaunt where you can hop onto the Victoria line. And of course, the many buses that service Stoke Newington are available, bringing further options.

BRICKWORKS SAYS

If you’re looking for your very first home, look no further than this enchanting find. Step over the threshold, and you’re welcomed into open-plan living. Clearly defined zones make full use of the space, but look more closely, and you’ll notice the delightful details. The canny corner seating that creates a cosy nook, the boldly coloured door handles – it’s the tasteful touches that elevate this North London abode.

The flat has a bright and uncluttered feel. The kitchen’s monochrome scheme, offset by terrazzo-style flooring, is strikingly stylish. Muted tones continue through to the well-sized bedroom and the contemporary bathroom, which enjoys natural light, so often missing in central London flats.

Sitting between Stamford Hill and Stoke Newington Church Street, Oxted Court is ideally placed to enjoy this eclectic corner of north London. There’s myriad choices, whether you want to eat, shop or mingle. When you feel the urge for green spaces, the wilds of Woodberry Wetlands are moments away, as are Clissold and Abney Parks. And when you want to go further afield, having the choice of stations within easy reach means you can strike out across London on a whim.

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1 Escocesa

With an exciting mix of Spanish mains and fresh Scottish seafood in chic industrial setting, this is our favourite spot for taking friends and family for a special night out without leaving the area. As you enter, stools around a bar look over the open kitchen with chefs preparing oysters and scallops. At the back, a relaxed but stylish restaurant serves wonderfully modern Spanish dishes. Encantamous!

2 The Good Egg

Delicious bagels and babkas. Need we say more!

3 Stoke Newington Bookshop

Like all good bookshops this is much more than a place to buy something to read. Stoke Newington Bookshop been part of this community for 30 years, and the friendly and knowledgeable staff are quick to offer reading advice. Come here for talks from local authors or to read to little ones in the lovely children’s corner.

4 Nook

Beautiful interiors and lifestyle store on Church Street, stocking some of our favourite homeware brands. One of our go-to's!

5 The Spence Bakery

This place is bread heaven! All baked on the premises, the vibe is stripped back simplicity – it’s a great pitstop for coffee and cake while you pick up your morning loaf. Arrive early though to avoid disappointment; they do tend to sell out of the favourites (the seeded rye is ours) by the afternoon.