An Incredible two bedroom garden flat that has been sympathetically converted from an impressive Victorian terrace house in Islington.
Spanning the entire ground floor this larger than average two bedroom flat has been converted to maximise both space and light.
The semi open plan reception is very unique. The kitchen is hidden behind glass folding doors and almost feels like being in a conservatory as it is surrounded by windows and looks out over the vast garden. The kitchen itself is finished with a white metro brick tile and a solid wood butchers block.
The master bedroom is huge and the incredible ceiling height retained thought the flat only makes it feel bigger. The working shutters have been sanded back to reveal their natural finish and frame the large original sash window that floods the room in natural light. The second bedroom is also an amble double but could easily work as an office or spare room.
The hallway leading to the garden also has a separate area that could as well be used as an office and has the added benefit of looking out towards the garden.
The garden itself is part decked but with a substantial amount still laid to lawn. It is the perfect sun trap of a late summer evening to take in a glass of wine.
Mildmay is fast becoming one of the most popular areas in Islington. Not only are the houses here much bigger than most in the area but there is so many exciting restaurants and bars opening in the area on an almost daily basis.
Walking distance to Cananobury station or buses to every part of London can be caught on Southgate road (less than 3 minute walk away).