Cassland Road, Hackney, London

5 beds | 3 baths | 2 receptions | Offers in the region of £2,500,000


  • Close to Wells Street Common
  • Victoria Park Conservation Area
  • Period Features
  • High Ceilings
  • Sash Windows
  • Feature Fireplaces
  • Mature Garden With Side Access
  • Facing Cassland Road Gardens

GRAND EARLY VICTORIAN HOUSE IN CASSLAND CRESCENT: Located just a short walk from Well Street Common, Victoria Park and the vibrant Lauriston Village on one of the most desirable roads in all of East London, is this handsome and imposing four storey semi-detached home that faces Cassland Crescent Gardens.

The Property
Featuring the generous proportions and high ceilings associated with properties of this era, this five bedroom home retains a wonderful array of character features including the charming brick facade, cast iron fireplaces, cornicing, ceiling roses and original sash windows.

The lower ground floor has parquet flooring and makes an ideal space to entertain in. It houses a sizeable kitchen that has Belfast sink and range cooker, as well as a large island with built-in sink and a Quooker tap. There is access via double doors to the mature, well stocked rear garden. The raised ground floor features original flooring, shutters to the large windows, a separate toilet and is wonderfully homely and welcoming.

There are four excellent size bedrooms, with the master and bedroom four featuring en suite bathrooms, in addition to the family shower room. There is an additional fifth bedroom that would make a lovely home office or single bedroom. Further benefits include a wealth of natural light, separate boiler room and the scope to add one's own flair.

The Location
Cassland Crescent is a highly prestigious road of largely Georgian and Victorian Architecture, with a quintessentially English charm. It is one of the most prized locations within the borough, thanks to being within easy reach of several popular local schools and green spaces, including the sprawling Victoria Park and Well Street Common. There are a wealth of amenities locally to satisfy almost any taste, including an array of local independent pubs, eateries and cafes.

Neighbourhood gems such as the Hackney Empire, The Kenton and the Hackney Picturehouse are just a short walk away, and there is extensive shopping nearby including Broadway Market and the fashion outlets at Hackney Walk. There is excellent connectivity to The City, Westfield, Canary Wharf and West London via London Overground and numerous bus routes. There is also easy access to cycle routes including nearby CS1. Car users will also benefit from the close proximity to A12 and A10.

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