4 Bed Terraced House  Under-Offer  Mount Pleasant Lane  London  Greater London  E5   - £975,000

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TENURE: Freehold
Reference: Quote Houseladder - 937


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Located on a beautiful tree lined street in the heart of Upper Clapton, comes this wonderful Victorian family home, enjoying beautifully proportioned accommodation with high specification fittings and period features. Features include original cast iron fireplaces, ornate ceiling cornicing and roses, spindle stair casing, exposed stripped wooden floorboards, sash windows and other beautiful touches. The property is currently arranged as a three bedroom house and has usage of three receptions, these are alongside the main bathroom, separate shower room, modern kitchen and garden. Mount Pleasant Lane is enviably located in this premier tree-lined street, close to Clapton BR Station, (Liverpool Street in under 15 minutes), and the refreshing green-spaces of Millfields Park and Springfield Park, giving access to the River Lea and Springfield Marina.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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