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image  Sladen Place, Hackney, London, E5


image ££499,950

image 1 BEDROOM
image 1 RECEPTION
image 1 BATHROOM
image For Sale (Freehold)

Floor area

450 sq. ft. (42 sq. m.)

Features

 Open plan living
 Unique design
 Freehold
 Private balcony

Property Description

A unique two story one bed freehold house with private terrace and upper floor open-plan living space. The team behind the project is OMDA, a design-led architect practice founded by Adam Ogilvy, Richard MacRae and Ellinor DeGory. The property is positioned off a peaceful residential street, and is located near Hackney Central and Hackney Downs stations, providing regular overground services.

Internal accommodation is arranged over two floors, with entry on the ground floor into a bright hall area. The bedroom is to the left off of which is a large walk in wardrobe space, easily convertible into a small second bedroom or office.  The spacious bathroom is off the hallway, with the main living area on the first floor.
 
Moving up the stairs to the open plan kitchen living area the large French windows onto the balcony flood the space with natural light. There are clever design touches throughout and the contemporary exterior ebbs internally to provide a thoroughly modern, high specification, living space

Hackney central is a short stroll, with its attractive park areas, huge array of shops, bars and restaurants including Oslo Bar and Hackney Empire. The immensely popular Chatsworth road is a short distance, with its renowned food market. The surrounding area if teaming with independent shops, café's and pubs.


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