We are delighted to announce that we are have been instructed to sell the last two remaining one bedroom apartments within an elegant Grade II listed building overlooking Clissold Park in Stoke Newington.

Originally constructed in the early Georgian period, the gracious family homes of the aptly named Paradise Row, looked out across the New River and open pastureland.

Converted into flats in 1970, the property has been neglected in recent years. The aim is to retain remaining architectural features, extend and adapt the existing layout to suit 21st Century lifestyle, upgrade the energy efficiency of each flat with innovative environmental technology and create four spacious and versatile homes.

All of the flats are equipped with hand built kitchens and bathrooms featuring A+ rated appliances and boilers. Where possible the original sash windows have been fitted with double glazed sashes to mitigate heat loss and all external walls have all been retrofitted with 100mm insulation to maximise fuel efficiency and reduce costs for the owner.

Despite being a Grade II listed building in a conservation area, the original Georgian roof structure has enabled Eaves Developments to discreetly install solar PV panels onto the roof in order to produce electricity for the residents own use as well as feed back into the National Grid.

The aim is to create homes that seamlessly blend the history and natural charm of the existing building and offer a light, modern, fully equipped apartment with stunning views across one of London’s historic parks.

Prices range from £375,000 Available from 9th April 2011 – Full details to follow, please phone the office on 020 7923 8650 to register an interest