A substantial four bedroom period house with a south facing garden located off Islingtons' Essex Road on the De Beauvoir estate / Dalston border.
A well proportioned four bedroom mid terrace period house with a large secluded garden located on the De Beauvoir estate.
The property is arranged over three floors, providing spacious and flexible accommodation. Featuring three bedrooms and a family bathroom on the upper floor. A double reception and study room with a raised roof terrace on the upper ground floor. On the lower ground floor there is a bedroom / further reception, shower room, kitchen diner and large feature conservatory. There is additional access to the street from this level with its own entrance if required. As well as a storage room.
A secluded south facing garden extends 68 ft and features mature shrubs, decked area and large lawn. The front garden has off street parking for one car.
Englefield Road is a excellent location for access to both the City and the many shop, bars, cafes and restaurants Upper Street and Essex Road. Highbury & Islington, Dalston Junction and Haggerston Stations are all within easy walking distance.
Available 23rd January.
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