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Property of the Week

Springdale Road, Stoke Newington N16

A bright and tastefully designed 1 bedroom flat in a small purpose built block, just a short walk from leafy Clissold Park and vibrant Stoke Newington Church Street. The flat has been recently refurbished to include a modern fitted kitchen with induction hob, new bathroom, upgraded electrical wiring and sustainable cork flooring.

Sitting on a sunny east/west axis, with the living room and bedroom overlooking a well maintained communal courtyard to the rear, and the kitchen and bathroom facing the front of the property with views of leafy streets and attractive planted borders. The flat is set on the ground floor of the block, and has its own front door. The building itself is very well maintained and is made up of just 20 flats. The grounds have undergone considerable works in the past few years to include the planting of trees and shrubs to provide an attractive canopy to the front of the building and a well-kept communal courtyard, bin store and secure cycle store to the rear.

We Love

It’s Skandi inspired interiors along with its big windows and high ceilings giving a bright and airy feel. We also love its close proximity to all the independent shops, bars and restaurants of Church Street and green open spaces of much loved Clissold Park.

Our top area picks

Church Street has just about everything you’ll ever need on it from florists to butchers, vintage clothes to second hand books and coffee shops, bars, restaurants and cafes to rival the rest of the capital. There are also some excellent places to eat and drink on nearby Newington Green and too many places to count in nearby Dalston. These are just a few of our favourites.

Coffee at T&Shop, Green Lanes
Brunch at The Good Egg, Church Street
Tapas at Trangallan, Newington Green
Sunday Roast at The Jolly Butcher, Church Street
Cocktails at Original Sin, Stoke Newington High Street
Get lost in the 55 acres of leafy Clissold Park
Explore the secrets of Abney Park cemetery
Go wildlife spotting in Woodbury Wetlands

Transport
Cycle: The Supercycle Highway 1 which runs from Tottenham to Liverpool Street can be joined from nearby Nevill Road.
Trains: Canonbury and Dalston Kingsland overground stations to the south, Stoke Newington overground station to the north and Rectory Road overground station to the east.
Buses: A number of well connected bus routes run from nearby Albion Road.
Car: The A10 provides easy access out of London.

For more information visit easthaus.co.uk

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