Description(Reference number: 79140)
Bright, artsy and full of characterful design pieces, this townhouse in Hackney is an ideal base for those looking to explore one of London’s quirkier, hip neighbourhoods. Inside, bespoke pieces of art abound with countless books and board games to enjoy in the open-plan living space. Open up the bi-fold doors to step out onto a plant-filled courtyard garden. This is the ideal spot to catch some rays over your morning coffee or toast to your cool, serene pad over sundowners and a barbecue come nightfall. The kitchen, meanwhile, looks like a piece of art in its own right with its artisan breakfast bar, while the long wooden dining room table calls for feasts aplenty amidst its collection of curios and portraits. Upstairs, the master bedroom is a masterclass in pared-back style with letterbox windows proffering leafy views and huge glass doors that lead out onto a private balcony. Factor in the beautiful, unique vanity and the wicker peacock chair and you’ll see this room is made for pure relaxation. With an equally pretty second bedroom and a boudoir-style master bathroom whose tub invites long soaks with a glass of bubbly after a day of sightseeing, you’ll be settling into the laid-back Hackney lifestyle in no time. Speaking of exploring, take afternoon strolls through leafy London Fields (a one-minute walk away) where a public basketball court and a lido offer a range of leisurely pursuits, while beautiful Victoria Park is only twelve minutes away on foot, Netil Market is a six-minute walk where food and craft stalls wait to be discovered and Regent’s Canal is nine minutes from your door. With plenty of restaurants, waterside pubs and independent shops to explore nearby as well, you’ve got everything you need for a good time.
*Unfortunately, this home isn't suitable for infants or children under seven years old
*The host asks that guests do not wear their shoes inside the home
*You'll need to bring your own shampoo
*This is a townhouse with staircases connecting its three floors, so it may not be suitable for those with limited mobility
*There's 24-7 check-in here
*There's no parking here, but we recommend skipping the car and making use of London's excellent public transport instead – London Fields Overground station is a one-minute walk away