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Cressett Road, London, E9

2 bedroom flat/apartment in London

£404 per week (£1,750 per month) Tenant Fees

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  • TWO BEDROOMS  |  CONTEMPORARY BATHROOM  |  BRIGHT AND AIRY  |  WOODEN FLOORS  |  INTEGRATED APPLIANCES  |  PRIVATE BALCONY  |  BRILLIANT LOCATION

An outstanding chance to rent this two bedroom fourth floor apartment set in a stunning new iconic development between Victoria Park and London Fields. The property comprises large double bedrooms one of which has built in wardrobes, contemporary bathroom suite, an open plan integrated kitchen and spacious reception room with floods of natural light and leading onto a private terrace.

Set in a converted Ceramic Factory and desirably located moments away from the green spaces of London Fields and Victoria Park. There are many transport links including the Overground and Buses both giving swift and easy access to the City.

Early viewing highly recommended!

Inside Hackney

from a local eye view

In the area

East of the city and north of Hoxton, the Hackney of old could hardly claim to have the most enviable of reputations. However a lot has changed in the last few years. The area is now home to a thriving community of people who are truly invested in it, which has resulted in interesting new bars, restaurants and shops cropping up all over the place. What's more the schools are mostly new, and the atmosphere is reinvigorated and vibrant.

More about the Area

What's popular in Hackney?

  • Martello Hall

    Martello Hall is a new restaurant-cum-distiller, serving flavoursome Italian dishes and delicately produced cocktails.

  • Paradise Garage

    This restaurant set under the arches in Bethnal Green serves up some smart avant-garde cooking

  • Columbia Road Flower Market

    Well worth a Sunday stroll. While the flowers maybe the star attraction, you'll also find some lovely independent shops to explore

Gallery

An outstanding chance to rent this two bedroom fourth floor apartment set in a stunning new iconic development between Victoria Park and London Fields. The property comprises large double bedrooms one of which has built in wardrobes, contemporary bathroom suite, an open plan integrated kitchen and spacious reception room with floods of natural light and leading onto a private terrace.

Set in a converted Ceramic Factory and desirably located moments away from the green spaces of London Fields and Victoria Park. There are many transport links including the Overground and Buses both giving swift and easy access to the City.

Early viewing highly recommended!

Live like a local

  • Homerton
  • Hackney Central
  • London Fields
  • Hackney Downs
  • Cambridge Heath (London)
  • Hackney Wick

East of the city and north of Hoxton, the Hackney of old could hardly claim to have the most enviable of reputations. However a lot has changed in the last few years. The area is now home to a thriving community of people who are truly invested in it, which has resulted in interesting new bars, restaurants and shops cropping up all over the place. What's more the schools are mostly new, and the atmosphere is reinvigorated and vibrant.

  • Martello Hall

    Martello Hall is a new restaurant-cum-distiller, serving flavoursome Italian dishes and delicately produced cocktails.

  • Paradise Garage

    This restaurant set under the arches in Bethnal Green serves up some smart avant-garde cooking

  • Columbia Road Flower Market

    Well worth a Sunday stroll. While the flowers maybe the star attraction, you'll also find some lovely independent shops to explore

Contact Hackney

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Latitude: 51.544355 Longitude: -0.047683