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Mount Terrace, London, E1

2 bedroom flat/apartment in London

£550,000 Leasehold

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A well-proportioned two-double bedroom split level period apartment with access to a private garden. The apartment provides a generous living room with wooden floors, family sized bathroom, two double bedrooms and a sizable kitchen. On entry to the flat you are greeted with a charming semi open plan living room/kitchen area, dual aspect windows allowing plenty of natural light. The kitchen has a pleasant view overlooking the private garden with plenty of worktop space and gas oven. The stairs lead to the half landing and gives access via the back door to the walled garden and then continues to the bathroom and bedrooms. On the lower ground floor, there is a generous master bedroom with large storage area and a further second double bedroom. The property is being offered chain free and also includes a parking space.

The property is in a fantastic location being a stone's throw from Whitechapel Station (Crossrail) and moments from Aldgate, Aldgate East and Liverpool Street underground stations as well as Shadwell Overground and DLR thus providing unrivalled access across the City. You also have a vast range of local amenities on your doorstep with Whitechapel High Street, Commercial Street, the historic Brick Lane and the iconic Spitalfields market with an abundance of boutique shops, pop ups, cafes, bars and restaurants.

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We think Shoreditch is easily the most interesting, creative and vibrant place to live in London today where slick contemporary developments sit comfortably alongside cool conversions. While the Shoreditch that we know and love may have enjoyed a colourful past, it’s now home to a rich cultural mix with a booming creative and digital industry. Not only that, it’s an easy commute to the City, Canary Wharf and Central London too.

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  • Dark Sugars

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  • Sushi Samba

    Up on the 39th floor of the Heron Building, this extraordinary restaurant may not be cheap but makes for a great night out

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A well-proportioned two-double bedroom split level period apartment with access to a private garden. The apartment provides a generous living room with wooden floors, family sized bathroom, two double bedrooms and a sizable kitchen. On entry to the flat you are greeted with a charming semi open plan living room/kitchen area, dual aspect windows allowing plenty of natural light. The kitchen has a pleasant view overlooking the private garden with plenty of worktop space and gas oven. The stairs lead to the half landing and gives access via the back door to the walled garden and then continues to the bathroom and bedrooms. On the lower ground floor, there is a generous master bedroom with large storage area and a further second double bedroom. The property is being offered chain free and also includes a parking space.

The property is in a fantastic location being a stone's throw from Whitechapel Station (Crossrail) and moments from Aldgate, Aldgate East and Liverpool Street underground stations as well as Shadwell Overground and DLR thus providing unrivalled access across the City. You also have a vast range of local amenities on your doorstep with Whitechapel High Street, Commercial Street, the historic Brick Lane and the iconic Spitalfields market with an abundance of boutique shops, pop ups, cafes, bars and restaurants.

Live like a local

  • Whitechapel
  • Whitechapel
  • Bethnal Green
  • Aldgate East
  • Shadwell
  • Aldgate

We think Shoreditch is easily the most interesting, creative and vibrant place to live in London today where slick contemporary developments sit comfortably alongside cool conversions. While the Shoreditch that we know and love may have enjoyed a colourful past, it’s now home to a rich cultural mix with a booming creative and digital industry. Not only that, it’s an easy commute to the City, Canary Wharf and Central London too.

  • Dark Sugars

    A chocolate heaven, this little shop here on Brick Lane is filled with mountains of rough and artisan chocolates to tickle the tastebuds

  • Sushi Samba

    Up on the 39th floor of the Heron Building, this extraordinary restaurant may not be cheap but makes for a great night out

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