Carlyle House, Albion Road

Carlyle House, Albion Road

Stoke Newington, London N16
Type: Flat Beds:2 Baths:1

Rent: £1500pcm


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A spacious two bedroom, second floor flat located within a purpose built block located between Stoke Newington Church Street and Newington Green. Available 22nd March and offered part-furnished.


A generously proportioned and conveniently located 2 bedroom flat in the heart of Stoke Newington. Situated just moments from beautiful Clissold Park, Clissold leisure centre and the local shops, cafés and bars of Church St and Newington Green.
There are excellent connections to Angel, Highbury & Islington, Manor House and trains to Liverpool St. There is also secure bike storage available for 2 bikes. This purpose built flat is set on the second floor, has a large kitchen, a separate, spacious lounge, with ample space for dining, a private balcony with pleasant views, 2 double bedrooms a wc separate to the modern bathroom and plenty of storage space. Double glazed throughout, with central heating and benefiting from plenty of natural light. The flat is offered on an unfurnished basis, however all white goods, including a dishwasher are included, one bedroom has a built in wardrobe and some additional furniture is available if required. The property benefits from stripped solid wood floorboards.

Available 22nd March and offered part-furnished.

Council Tax - Band - £ per annum

* Details of fees that might be applicable can be found in "Property Details" document attached.

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