A rarely available four bedroom semi-detached Victorian house built in 1843 and nestled in the heart of the de Beauvoir Conservation Area on a no through road. There have only been five sales of this house type in the last decade and the affectingly named “Florinda Villa” comes to the market for the first time in over 35 years. The house was originally used by a hatter and the exterior off street parking still has the original cobbles which served the purpose of preventing the horses from slipping as they entered the stable. Ample original features are still in place to include stained glass, sash windows, shutters, ornate corning and fire places. Set over three floors boasting four bedrooms, four reception spaces, utility area, two bathrooms and over 2,000 sq ft the space is extremely lateral. The differentials continue with a 70 ft garden and potential, subject to the proper permissions, for a double storey rear extension. The bones of the house are fantastic and the potential allows any owner to grow into the house over time.
Located in arguably the best part of de Beauvoir town you are positioned between de Beauvoir Square and The Regents Canal. Local eateries include the well thought of de Beauvoir Deli and Pidgin, previously recognised for its food quality with a Michelin star which could well be on the way back. Local transport can be found at Haggerston and Dalston Junction providing for easy access across town.
Over 2000 Sq Ft
70 Ft Garden
Potential to Extend