Set at the end of a run of terraces on a sweet corner plot, this delicately modernised, relaxed, semi-detached family home dates back to the 1870s. A striking Victorian house with an abundance of potential.…
Set at the end of a run of terraces on a sweet corner plot, this delicately modernised, relaxed, semi-detached family home dates back to the 1870s. A striking Victorian house with an abundance of potential. Take the stairs up to the house from street level and the hallway offers a handy little cellar, a guest cloakroom, and a staircase up to the first floor. The living room, with its large windows looking out to a birch tree and mimosa, is a fresh canvas to apply your own design and connects to the kitchen/dining area, with iroko wood surfaces, Smeg range cooker, reclaimed butler sink and Istanbul tiles serving oodles of impact. The dual aspect of this living and eating space means light is never limited. Head upstairs and the two bedrooms sit, equally lovely, with high ceilings and exposed wooden boards that have been left natural for the flooring. The main bathroom has been beautifully renovated with lava stone floor tiles and underfloor heating. Blue terracotta wall tiles give a burst of colour and a wonderful Mediterranean vibe. The walled garden is private and secluded, in part thanks to a hornbeam tree, and there are vines, jasmine, lilac and fig, pear and olive trees - a wonderfully considered extension to the house. Lyme Grove is in a conservation area, situated not far from Mare Street and London Fields, offering excellent connectivity via a choice of Overground stations.
A Striking Victorian Home With An Abundance Of Potential
ONE MILE RADIUS
13 outstanding schools
Approximate Internal Area 78 sq m / 840 sq ft
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