Church Walk, London N16 8QW, UK
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Full description Located a stone's throw from Newington Green, this mid terraced family home is available for sale with no onward chain. This select terrace of contemporary townhouse was completed a few years ago, and still retains an 'as new' appearance.
The front door opens from a fenced row of gardens, into an entrance hall with access to reception, cloak and courtyard. The kitchen is fully fitted with white goods, and boasts a central island giving the chef plenty of room to prepare and a nice space to congregate and entertain. The main reception room is spacious and has doors out to the courtyard.
The first floor has one bedroom opening out onto a balcony, and the other facing Church Walk to the front; the bedrooms complemented by a family bathroom. On the top floor are a further tow double bedrooms both with en suite.
This house is immaculate throughout, presented in a chic and contemporary style
situation Clifford Terrace is set back from Church Walk, which is itself a tranquil walkway from Newington Green.
Nearby are the attractions of Stoke Newington and Clissold Park; and then on to Dalston to the East, or Highbury, Islington and the City to the East. For the young at heart and creative; Kingsland Rd offers a vibrant array of attractions with eateries from around the globe, heading down to Silicon Roundabout and Old Street; a very pleasant bike ride away.
Stoke Newington Church Street offers a great selection of independent boutiques, with firm favourites like The Good Egg for brunches and Whole Foods for the weekly shop..
Clissold Park offer fantastic open greenery for the family to enjoy on sunny days; Clissold House for a more formal meal but a surprising range of attractions - paddling pool, deer and even a butterfly dome. Runners love the area; Abney Park wood and the cemetary offers secluded tracks to jog through. Across to Stoke Newington Train Station, down to the canal and along to Angel then back up Upper Street and across is a perfect 10k.
In terms of transport, there is access to Victoria, Piccadilly and Overground via Canonbury Station - direct into Shoreditch High St for the City worker, or the 141 bus straight down to Moorgate - although to be fair most City working locals walk or cycle to the office.