Enviably positioned, overlooking one of London's prettiest parks - Victoria Park, E9, is this beautiful, four storey, mid terrace, Victorian freehold house, with vast 110' rear garden.
Arranged over in excess of 2000sqft, it has been extended and offers a very rare two storey rear extension.
The raised ground floor has a large double through reception room - with period fireplaces to both rooms and glorious views out towards the park. At the rear of this, is a double bedroom overlooking the garden, with ensuite wet room.
Stairs lead down to the lower ground, where there is a large kitchen/dining room. The space is extremely flexible, perfect for dining but also large enough to hold an alternative living room. The new owner would be able to put their own mark on the entire lower ground floor. The country style kitchen, features wooden work tops and a six-burner range cooker. Access to the patio is either from the kitchen, or double doors from the reception room. The large mature garden extends upwards, away from the property, by over 100'. There is the chance to extensively landscape this garden.
Also on the lower ground is separate access to the front garden and old coal store, which is currently used as storage.
The upper parts of the house hold three further bedrooms, a spacious family bathroom and a large terrace over the extension, which has been recently decked. Unusually for this street, there is a flat roof to this property, accessed by a traditional staircase, it could be easily converted into a beautiful roof terrace. It is over 400sqft and overlooks the park and the garden but crucially is not overlooked by any neighbours.
Cadogan Terrace runs around the easterly side of Victoria Park and is one of the area's most picturesque and quiet streets.
Only a short walk from Lauriston Road which is home to some fantastic independent boutiques and excellent grocery shops, such as The Ginger Pig butchers, The Deli Downstairs, Jonathan Norris fish mongers and Loafing for sourdough bread. Excellent local pubs include, The Empress, The Lauriston, Inn on the Park and The Crown.
Set further east is the creative hub, Hackney Wick. With the opening up of Queen Elizabeth II park and Westfield Stratford within walking distance, it has made this part of Victoria Park all the more attractive.
Hackney Wick over ground is the nearest station and provides swift access to Stratford - where you can catch the fast train link to Kings Cross and the Eurostar.