A well proportioned two bed, two bath, top floor apartment, with a large south facing terrace and views across the city. The apartment is part of the Hacon Square development and benefits from an underground parking space, Concierge and gym.
There are two double bedrooms, the master has a recently renovated ensuite bathroom and access onto the terrace, which runs the entire length of the property. There is a second family bathroom off the hallway, where you will also find ample storage and entry phone system. The kitchen is partially separated from the reception room and benefits from a full compliment of recently replaced white goods.
The good sized reception has been designed to take full advantage of the property's features. The Southerly facing terrace, with it's large doors, seamlessly integrates into the living space for the summer months. The size, aspect and views this terrace offers, elevates this apartment above other flats in the building and immediate area. The views Southwards across the city are beautiful, particularly in the evening light.
Immediately available, with potential for furnishings to be provided.
Richmond Road is in the heart of London Fields, an area which has seen a huge growth in popularity over the last decade, people are drawn to the area's open green spaces and great transport links.
There are many excellent restaurants, coffee shops and delis dotted around E8 that are only a short walk from the property - Violets, Wiltons, E5 bakehouse, Lardo, Pidgeon and Rawduck to name just a few. With venues like Netil House Platform bar, The Hackney Empire and the Picturehouse cinema on Mare Street, make London Fields one of London's most exciting residential areas.
The weekly Food Fest on Broadway Market, and superb offshoots, Netil and Schoolyard Market, attract visitors from a wide area.
London Fields Overground offers services to Liverpool Street. Hackney central is nearby which provides swift access to Clapham Junction, via Highbury and Islington.
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