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Built circa 1852, this beautifully presented classic Victorian three bed Freehold comes in excellent condition throughout. As one of the few remaining complete houses on the street, it represents a rare opportunity to acquire a wonderful family home in a very sought after location.
With approximately 1,500sq ft of internal living space, accommodation is laid-out over four floors and comprises of a stylish & contemporary fully-integrated island kitchen and dining arrangement, which looks out onto a well-established patio garden, and a separate W/C on the lower ground.
On the raised-ground is a stunning double reception with lots of period details including two fireplaces with cast iron inserts, sash windows that let in an abundance of natural light and views over the rear garden. There is also a gorgeous herringbone oak wooden flooring throughout the reception rooms and hallway.
Situated on the first floor is the master bedroom, benefitting from its own private en-suite bathroom and substantial built-in wardrobes, and the principle three-piece bathroom suite. There are two further bedrooms located on the top (2nd) floor property courtesy of an extension.
Haverstock Street is a quiet, leafy side turning within a short walk of the tranquillity of Islington's Regents Canal. Situated within this pretty enclave of Victorian Streets, the property is also very well placed for easy access into London's West End, The City and London's main airports. Angel Underground and Old Street Stations (Northern Line) are both within walking distance of the property and the vast array of bars, and restaurants of Islington's fashionable Upper Street are just moments from your door.
Islington is home to a diverse range of residents and offers a vast choice of property types, from large Georgian squares to modern apartments. Historically, it was once thought of as a deprived area, with the London blitz destroying much of the region. However, post-war rebuilding and rapid gentrification has made it one of London’s most popular locations for well-heeled and cultured residents.