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Bridge Gardens, London N16


2 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
1 Reception
Mid terraced house
Two bedrooms
Open plan living/ kitchen
Shower room


A re-imagined terrace of smart two bedroom terraced houses, moments from Newington Green

FULL DESCRIPTION Secreted away from the main road, a private gated mews a few hundred yards from Newington Green, this re-imagined terrace of just 11 houses is offered for sale. The dwellings have various configurations, with living accommodation on the ground floors and bedrooms upstairs.

The houses have been re-configured with a creative design, boasting small mezzanine areas to suit a variety of uses and provide excellent storage solutions
Each house is bathed in natural light, with roof lights and glazed panels connecting the living spaces, and full width rear doors opening out to the rear timber decked gardens.
The houses come with a fully fitted kitchen, including full white goods and metro tiled splashbacks. The houses are high spec throughout, with shower rooms, wood floor coverings and carpet
Presented in an attractive and contemporary style, the houses are rendered to first floor level in attractive stucco, and are linked by front gardens and a pleasant pagoda flanked walkway.
SITUATION AND TENURE Bridge Gardens is a charming mews located at the very start of Green Lanes, adjacent to Newington Green, which has a comprehensive array of eateries, boutiques and convenience stores.
Lizzies on the Green is a staple first stop for most locals of a morning for a coffee and many friendships have been forged waiting for hot drinks to arrive sitting on the Green. Jolene bakery and restaurant is a Mecca for locals also, selling a daily changing menu of sandwiches, hot dishes, pizzas and baked goods.
For a more discerning palate, Perilla restaurant is a cherished neighbourhood eatery, serving exquisitely prepared European cuisine with a contemporary twist, in a chilled out continental setting. La Primeur on nearby Petherton Road is a firm favourite across London, again spontaneous and contemporary serving small plates and wine on shared tables in a converted garage.
There are also plenty of more mundane but essential stores. A Tesco Express for day to day groceries, locksmith and cobblers, and of course perennially popular Newington Fruit and Veg; join the queue and let it pull you through the shop as you fill your basket with every fruit and vegetable imaginable and have it all put in brown paper bags at the end in the quantities you chose!
Locals tend to congregate in The Leconfield - a simple, spacious pub with sofas and a British Menu, or The Acoustic Brasserie with a more continental offering.
Nearby of course are the attractions of Stoke Newington and Clissold Park; and then on to Dalston to the East, or Highbury, Islington and the City to the East. For the young at heart and creative; Kingsland Rd offers a vibrant array of attractions with eateries from around the globe, heading down to Silicon Roundabout and Old Street; a very pleasant bike ride away.
Stoke Newington Church Street offers a great selection of independent boutiques, with firm favourites like The Good Egg for brunches and Whole Foods for the weekly shop..
Clissold Park offer fantastic open greenery for the family to enjoy on sunny days; Clissold House for a more formal meal but a surprising range of attractions - paddling pool, deer and even a butterfly dome. Runners love the area; Abney Park wood and the cemetary offers secluded tracks to jog through. Across to Stoke Newington Train Station, down to the canal and along to Angel then back up Upper Street and across is a perfect 10k.
In terms of transport, there is access to Victoria, Piccadilly and Overground via Canonbury Station - direct into Shoreditch High St for the City worker, or the 141 bus straight down to Moorgate - although to be fair most City working locals walk or cycle to the office

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