A beautifully presented end of terrace house on Scawfell Street, London, E2.
Situated a 2 minute walk from Haggerston Park, Ravonscroft Park, Haggerston and Columbia Schools.
The property has been architecturally designed throughout and offers a spacious open plan kitchen and living area, 3 large double bedrooms, a converted loft area with two skylights (extensive space for storage or study) and two large West facing private terraces.
Spread over 3 floors, this family home is approximately 1,400 sq. ft. internally, with the addition of two private West facing terraces on both the ground and first floors adding an additional 306 sq. ft. of outside space.
Upon entering the property, to your right is the kitchen area which has been carefully crafted and offers an abundance of storage and fitted utilities. From here, a lovely maple gymnasium floor which continues throughout the property will take you through to the bright and airy living and dining area. Large floor to ceiling glass doors can be opened up and folded away completely, giving a lovely feel of the outdoors and allowing access to the larger of the two terraces on the ground floor.
An original wooden staircase will take you up to the first floor past an original wooden wall, where there are two bright and airy double bedrooms. Access to the second, West Facing terrace is possible from one of the bedrooms through French windows.
Continuing up the stairs will take you to the second floor landing where you can find the large master bedroom and the large family size bathroom and utility room.
From the hallway landing, you can also climb a steel step ladder which will take you to the 215 sq. ft. converted loft space. This would be ideal for a study space or large storage area.
The property is ideally situated two minutes’ walk from Haggerston Park and Ravenscroft Park as well as three Award-winning local restaurants, The Marksman, Morito and Brawn.
Further to this, residents can also enjoy a wealth of other local conveniences such as Broadway Market, the Shoreditch Triangle, Brick Lane, and the Columbia Road Sunday flower market. All of which are moments’ walk from the property.
The popular Haggerston and Columbia Schools are less than 5 minutes walk away.
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