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A rare opportunity to acquire a former public house that has been converted to now offer fantastic lateral living space set across three floors.
The main reception space is located in the old bar area on the ground floor and boasts a large open-plan space. Original floorboards, steel beams and two beer barrel hatches provide clues of its rich Victorian history. More recent features such as a gas fire, built-in storage and access through to a rear courtyard give it a more contemporary yet homely feel. The kitchen sits at the rear of the house and is ideal for families or less formal entertaining. The recently fitted kitchen and eat-in breakfast area provide access to a guest cloakroom and also a side terrace area.
The first floor is made up of three well laid out bedrooms. The master bedroom suite boasting direct access to a luxury en-suite bathroom. The additional bedrooms share a family bathroom located off the landing.
The roof terrace is found via a wood panelled floating staircase which wraps round and passes access to a large amount of eave storage. The stunning roof area has been decked and offers beautiful views towards the London skyline. There is a barbeque area as well as a built-in food preparation area including sink which is accessed via a lockable store area.
The lower floor of the house has been designed with entertaining in mind and has a designated TV / cinema area, along with a play / work area. This large open plan space was originally used for storing barrels and still has the barrel lift connecting it to the old bar area.
Also worth noting is that there is off street parking to the side of the house which can be accessed via either electric gates or via a security door leading through to the kitchen.
Greenman Street is located in the heart of Islington, between Essex Road and Popham Road, moments from Essex Road station with trains to Moorgate, providing superb access to the City. Highbury & Islington station (London Overground & Victoria Line), along with Angel Underground also offer good transport links across London.
The house also has a certificate of lawfulness for extending and adding two additional rooms to the top floor (planning reference number P2016/1582/COLP). Please contact the office for more detail.
Former public house
flexible living space
separate eat-in kitchen
modern design set around period features
ground floor terrace
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