Set across almost 1,500sq ft of internal space, the house has been designed to maximise flexible living space and is finished to the highest level throughout. Upon entering on the ground floor, there is a large kitchen, finished with gloss graphite handleless cabinets, polished concrete worktops and integrated smeg appliances. A central island creates an ideal breakfast bar or informal dining spot whilst a larger dining area is set to the rear of the property, where large floor to celling sliding doors open onto the terrace, which overlooks the rear garden space.
The lower ground floor provides an additional large reception room with access to a garden which wraps around the South and East aspects of the House. A bedroom with a modern en suite bathroom with chrome taps and painted Douglas Fir flooring is set to the front of this floor, with skylights providing natural light.
Two further bedrooms are located on the first floor, both of which have ample built in storage. The master bedroom has a mezzanine floor which houses a dressing area and spacious en suite bathroom, Skylights flood the property with natural light and the family bathroom is set to the rear of the property.
Blending solid wood, golden London Stock brick and zinc cladding, the house looks to the future at the same time as paying homage to the area's Victorian foundations.
Penshurst Road is ideally located between Well Street Common and Victoria Park and offers easy access to some of East London's most popular watering holes and eateries, including The Empress, Machete and Deli Downstairs, whilst renowned retailers Ginger Pig, Bottle Apostle and Haus are moments away.
The property is in the catchment area for both Lauriston School and The Mossborne Academy rated 'good' and 'outstanding' respectively by Ofsted. Several buses run towards Hackney and The City and Homerton station is a 10 minute walk away access to the transport network.