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Lichfield Road

*OPEN HOUSE by appointment only: 8th October 2022. From 11am – 1pm* The home is a stone’s throw from beautiful Tredegar Square, and just 5mins walk to Mile End station. Perfect for families, and ideal for anyone working in Canary Wharf, The City, or central London. On the weekends, you can enjoy walks and exercise in East London’s most beautiful spot: Victoria Park. You also have Mile End Park & Regents Canal, giving you a wealth of greenery and relaxation spots to enjoy with family, friends or simply walking the dog. Roman Road with its artisanal cafes and bakeries is nearby. There are also an array of lovely pubs and restaurants in walking distance, with new venues for dining opening every month. The property itself has been renovated and modernised to a very high standard. The basement has been converted and extended, to allow for an additional bedroom, bathroom, separate laundry area and huge storage space. The kitchen has been transformed into a stunning open plan living and entertaining area. The owners have incorporated a beautiful lightwell, giving the room a unique feature, as well as providing significant extra light throughout. The entertaining space flows into the garden, via fully opening sliding doors, where you have a two-tier outside area with patio, iconic reclaimed railway sleepers and feature archways. The main reception room incorporates a double-through lounge, a charming central fireplace, and original shutters on the front bay window. There is an opportunity for a new owner to stamp their mark on the home via the main reception and first floor rooms. This allows you to create a signature style and feel for the property, without needing to renovate the more expensive parts of the home.
particulars

the key numbers

4

beds

2

baths

1600

size (sqft)

£1,250,000

price
location

Bow

Bow is located in the borough of Tower Hamlets, East London and is nowadays a mostly residential, built-up area. The name derives from a shortened version of Stratford-atte-Bow, the original medieval name for the area that once housed a ‘bow’ shaped bridge. With origins dating back to the 12th century, Bow has a long and rich history including a match factory, famous porcelain manufacturer, a reference in Chaucer’s ‘Canterbury Tales’ and strong links to the Suffragette movement.
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