Bayford Mews is a small gated development of three dwellings which are located in the Mare Street Conservation Area. The property benefits from its own ground floor entrance with a ground floor double bedroom and bathroom in addition to two further double bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor. The open plan fully fitted kitchen and reception occupy the entire first floor with the private terrace at roof level accessed via sliding box roof lights. The flat is also exceptionally well located with London Fields on the doorstep; which offers 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 Fields. What do you love most about your home? What we love about Bayford Mews is its character - modern and quirky but with a really homely feel, the glass feature walls and roof box mean it’s always flooded with natural light. And being spread over four floors with its own front door makes it feel like a true mews house. It’s so great to have our own outside space as well overlooking the heart of East London. We hadn’t expected to fall in love with a new build, but did as soon as we saw it - you won’t find another one like this! Why are you moving? We‘re very sad to leave this house, but having bought it as a shared purchase between siblings we’ve now decided it’s time to break up the band and make it on our own! What do you love about the area? We couldn’t love the area more. You have bustling Hackney Central/Mare Street to one side, with a great local Picturehouse and all the associated convenience in terms of transport links. To the other is tranquil London Fields and Broadway Market, full of independent shops, a fabulous butcher and fishmonger where you can buy all your produce local, or just while away the day people watching with a pint or two at local institution The Dove. For the nature lovers we are sandwiched between two of the best parks in London (London Fields and Victoria Park), and within half an hour by bike out to Hackney Marshes and beyond you’re surrounded by countryside. We’re also a stone′s throw from Shoreditch and the famous Columbia Road flower market. There are loads of restaurants and bars - highly acclaimed and always interesting. Check out our favourites, Bright, one block away and Nest in Hackney Central. For those who work in Central London, the morning commute cycling down the canal paths is a pleasure. In fact, we love it round here so much we’re looking for our next place within a half-mile radius!