A design led, award-winning house directly opposite Victoria Park with over 1540 sq ft (approx) of unique space featuring a striking two story internal atrium and roof terrace. Spread over 3 floors including 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, additional wc and roof terrace, this rare modern freehold stands out amongst the more traditional period houses common to the area. Designed by Scott Kyson architects, light filled spaces embracing the park views are a main feature at each level.
The exterior features large glass floor to ceiling windows, dark timber cladding and a recessed front patio with bike & bin storage leading to the entrance of the house. At ground level the imposing double height entrance hall leads to the open plan kitchen and living/dining room with the glazed atrium being the main focal point. The clean, defined lines of the design, embracing the natural light, are immediately apparent along with the high-quality finishes and fittings. The subtly lit staircase leads to the first floor comprising two double bedrooms with built in storage/wardrobes and a bathroom with free standing bath. On the second floor are a further two bedrooms, one double and one study/single, and a large shower room with dark slate and contemporary finish. Both front bedrooms offer direct views over Victoria Park. The ultimate gem is on the top floor with access to a private, cleverly laid out roof terrace with walk-on glass rooflights, direct views over the park and plenty of space to entertain. Bespoke high-quality finishes and fittings feature throughout this home, with a mix of oak flooring and slate tiles, underfloor heating throughout, recessed lighting, frameless interior doors and triple glazed windows.
Cadogan Terrace is a quiet street with permit parking and directly opposite Victoria Park's vast open green space which contains a large variety of trees, the UK’s only park to win the Green Flag Award 3 times. Within a short walk from the house is Victoria Park Village which has some fantastic local amenities including the famous Pavilion Café, Ginger Pig butcher, Jonathan Norris fishmongers and organic grocers along with The Empress of India, Deli Downstairs and numerous restaurants, boutique shops and pubs. Canary Wharf and the A12 are close by and Hackney Wick with London Fields are all inside a short walk or cycle. There are also some of the best local schools in the area too including Mossbourne Academy, Gate House and Lauriston School. Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is also nearby, with its many facilities and spaces open to the public. Hackney Wick along with Homerton Overground stations are within a few minutes’ walk, with direct trains to Stratford and Highbury & Islington and there are also multiple bus routes connecting across the City.