A bright one bedroomed flat located moments from London Fields. The flat comprises a separate eat-in kitchen with adjoining private patio, reception, bedroom, and bathroom. The property is beautifully presented throughout having been renovated by the present owners to an excellent standard. The flat is also exceptionally well located with London Fields on the doorstep; which offer a heated lido, cricket fields, tennis courts, table tennis, in addition, to open parkland to unwind at the end of the day. Under the arches, you′ll find London Fields Brewery and connecting London Feilds with Regents Canal is Broadway market offering fresh produce, vintage clothes, flowers, coffee, books, groceries, street food, and handmade goodies. Comments from the owner: What do you love most about your home? The kitchen/dining area is disproportionally large in this flat so whilst this is a peaceful private home it has ample space for a good-sized dinner party or friends over for a Sunday roast. Why are you selling? We simply want to buy somewhere bigger. This is a great starter flat, the perfect investment to get on the ladder or as a rental property. We now are looking to take the next step. What do you love about the area? Where do we start? I could wax lyrical about the area for pages - I have lived here for 15 years and hope to remain in London Fields for another 15! The park is perfect - from the cricket matches in the summer to all-year-round swimming at the lido. The schools are outstanding and my daughters are growing into fine your women thanks to the excellent inclusive education they have received at Gayhurst Community School followed by Clapton Academy for Girls. I personally enjoy strolling through the park to Broadway Market every Saturday morning where I sample foods from around the world and then I love my morning classes at HotPod Yoga on weekdays. It′s pointless trying to tell you about all the amazing cafes and restaurants in the neighbourhood as there are simply far too many say! The closest one to the flat is Lardo which AA Gill the late food critic at the Times described as the best pizza place in London.