Balls Pond Road, London, N1
Under offer

2 beds | 2 baths | 1 receptions | £2350 pcm (£542 pw) | Tenant Info


  • Two double bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • Open-plan living area
  • Private secluded garden
  • Excellent specification throughout
  • Sought after location

VIRTUAL VIEWING AVAILABLE...Beautifully presented two double bedroom split-level apartment in a sought-after part of N1, with its own contemporary private garden...No expense has been spared!!!

Beautifully presented two double bedroom split-level apartment in a sought-after location complete with contemportary private garden...

Benefitting from a private entrance, this apartment has an open plan living/dining area bathed in natural light offering the perfect space for entertaining. The kitchen has a sleek and modern feel to it with integrated appliances and gas stove. Outside offers a private garden area in a truly secluded spot accessed by either the living area or the master bedroom. Downstairs boasts two well-proportioned double bedrooms with ample room for storage with the master benefitting from a stylish en-suite facility. The family bathroom has been refurbished to contemporary standard with an elegant and polished finish. This converted period property has been tastefully restored by the current owners with no expense spared.

Available November 2020, unfurnished.

Balls Pond Road is enviably located on the border of Islington and Hackney. The bountiful array of restaurants, bars and independently owned shops located on Kingsland High Street are a mere stone's throw from the property, whilst the hotspots of Upper Street, Broadway Market, London Fields and Church Street are all within walking distance. Excellent transport options are available with both Dalston Kingsland and Dalston Junction Overground Stations moments from the property, providing swift access into Shoreditch, Islington and the City. Numerous and frequent bus routes provide easy access to Central London.

Read more


you may also like

similar properties based on your search preferences