• Islington
  • 4 Bedroom
  • From £750 per night

A contemporary retreat in central Islington, this four-bedroom home is a masterclass in creative design.

Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3
Capacity: 9
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  • Garden with full view of the property in Fieldway Crescent
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    Bursting with character whilst catering to the demands of modern life, this four-bedroom home expertly balances timeless styles with innovative design touches.

    Located on a residential, tree-lined street offering views across Highbury Fields, this family home brings together lofty proportions, forward-thinking design and rustic touches. The architectural vision of Simon Astridge, it’s a welcome escape from the excitement of city life.

    The kitchen is a sleek and contemporary affair; all natural light and considered style, sympathetically designed with the modern family in mind. Mealtimes are made easy by streamlined wooden cabinetry, keeping the space clutter-free and pared-back. A circular window and glass-panelled side return capitalise on light whilst retaining that all-important sense of privacy; shut off from the outside world after a busy day. Think family breakfasts around the mid-century dining table as the sun comes up. For a dose of greenery, step outside into a private garden, your very own peaceful sanctuary. Let social gatherings spill out onto the terrace or enjoy a nightcap as the sun sets. Spread out across the two reception rooms, stripped back to reveal the bare bones of the building and made comfortable with a log burner for those long, drawn-out winter nights. A warm and comfortable space to unwind in after a day’s tramping through Highbury Fields.

    An original Victorian staircase leads to the first floor, where glimpses of the property’s architectural heritage continue throughout. Tonal palettes, pared-back furnishings and bay windows make the master a soothing idyll; wake up slowly here with a coffee. It shares a Jack-and-Jill bathroom with the neighbouring bedroom while a third – one that could be repurposed as a home office –is served by a separate bathroom. Upstairs, a further en-suite retreat with both a double and single bed. Bare brick and soft pinks make it an inviting space to slip between sheets.

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      Idyllic private garden.

      Escape the clamour of the city in this restful green space.

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      Period architecture.

      Exposed beams, rustic brickwork and a heritage staircase, this home harks back to its rich history.

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      Bright spaces.

      A light side return and contemporary circular window flood the kitchen in natural light.

    Property features

    Generous living space
    Generous living space
    A light-filled, spacious kitchen complete with a glass side return and ample storage.
    2 reception rooms
    2 reception rooms
    Two farmhouse-style reception rooms, perfect for entertaining.
    4 bedrooms
    4 bedrooms
    Four bright bedrooms, with reams of natural light.
    3 bathrooms
    3 bathrooms
    Three contemporary bathrooms, with sleek finishes and pared-back design.
    Excellent local amenities
    Excellent local amenities
    With views of Highbury Fields, it’s just a short walk from Upper Street, Islington’s main hub of restaurants, boutiques and bars.

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    About the area

    Nestled in the heart of one of London’s most lively boroughs, this Islington home is a stone’s throw away from the best the neighbourhood has to offer.

    Grab a drink to-go from industrial style coffee shop Vagabond or enjoy a sit-down meal in seafood restaurant Prawn on the Lawn. With the bustling Upper Street on your doorstep, there are endless bars and eateries to explore. Watch a cult classic at Screen on the Green, one of the country’s oldest cinemas. Or, for green space, head to Highbury Fields, Islington’s largest park which can be seen from the house. Highbury and Islington is the nearest station [Victoria and Northern Lines].

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