On one of Dalston's most popular residential streets, is this spacious, split level apartment arranged over the raised ground and lower ground floors of a large Victorian terrace, on a charming crescent.
With active planning permission to convert into three double bedrooms, with a single storey rear extension and flat roof and, existing accommodation that is close to 1250sqft, it is comparable in size to some houses.
Accessed at lower ground level, there are two large double bedrooms - the front with large bay window and the rear with access out the garden. There is a further third room, which is ideal for a study or nursery.
On the upper floor is a large kitchen/dining room with double doors out to a balcony which leads to the garden, a contemporary bathroom and a huge front reception with views out to St Marks Rise.
With excellent volume and space throughout, the apartment has all the period features that buyers often seek - wood floors, cornicing, high skirting boards and sash windows.
The rear garden extends to 60' and has the ideal south-westerly orientation.
St Marks Rise runs off Shacklewell Lane - home to LNCC, Shacklewell Arms and some lovely independent cafes and restaurants (Mouse and DeLotz and Floyds). It is close to Broadway Market and London Fields and within walking distance of Islington.
Kingsland Road is a short walk away and is changing on a weekly basis with an influx of new bars, restaurants and venues. Dalston is home to some fabulous cultural venues such as, The Rio cinema, The Vortex, Arcola Theatre and Curve Garden. It's transport links are equally as good, with Dalston Junction providing swift access to Shoreditch and Canary Wharf and Dalston Kingsland just two stops from Highbury & Islington station (Victoria Line).