4 bedroom Terraced House for sale: Sanford Terrace, London


  • bedrooms 4
Reference: 36978_102474000499

Key Features

  • Beautiful Georgian listed house
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • West facing Garden
  • Excellent living space
  • Much Character

Summary

A very elegant listed Georgian house (built circa 1780) offering splendid family accommodation over four floors with views across Stoke Newington Common

Description

In 1775 Henry Sanford, a Quaker brewer who lived on Church Street, took a lease on land along Sanford Lane, where he may already have had a brewhouse. There he built twenty-nine handsome houses, each three windows wide, forming Sanford Terrace and Sanford Place, which were sold under his will of 1795.

This splendid four storey listed family property offers a rare opportunity to acquire a house within the only remaining uniform Georgian terrace in north Hackney. Since 1977, only two family houses have come on the market. With a super outlook, set back from the main road and overlooking the grass and diverse trees of Stoke Newington Common, the house is within a short walk of all the amenities that this interesting and vibrant area of London has to offer. Rectory Road station is a 5-minute walk away with up to seven trains an hour to Liverpool Street station (13 minutes). Bus routes cover the City, Kings Cross and the West End.

Charming accommodation retaining most original panelling, cornices, doors and wide floor planking, give huge character to four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two reception rooms, a kitchen and excellent cellars with original brick floors. Beautifully stocked and mature gardens, both front and rear, face east and west.
 

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Reference: 36978_102474000499

Contact Agent

Julian Reid
Tel: 020 7923 8650