Property information

Nightingale Road,



Council Tax : band E

  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Utility Room with WC
  • Mature Front & Rear Gardens
  • Solar Panels
  • Double Glazed Windows
  • Wood Burner
  • Garden Studio/Office/Annex
  • Hand-Crafted Kitchen
  • 2353 sqft including limited use area

Story of the Home

Stepping into the hallway, you instantly get a wonderful feeling of light and space.

Built in the late 1920’s in the gardens of Brooke House, this beautiful home has been extended and improved over the years. In 2001 the loft was converted to add a fifth bedroom with ensuite bathroom, and a rear extension created a beautiful dining space opening onto the garden. In 2005 a versatile garden studio was added in place of the rear garage.

The bespoke kitchen was created in 2011 with salvaged cabinets from the National History Museum and Pitt Rivers Museum and exquisite iroko worktops, originally science worktops in Hackney Free School. The iroko was also used in the main bathroom as shower backsplash and shelving.

A Valliant boiler and Megaflow system were installed in 2010, along with a Morso woodburning stove in the reception room. In 2017 double glazed timber windows were fitted to the front, and in 2020 solar panels were installed.

The way that the light fills the home is stunning – from early morning in the secluded garden, to late summer evenings in the front bedroom and front reception – the spaces flow harmoniously together.

This area has many unique aspects – a single road separates you from the Lea Valley and its haven of green spaces. Within walking distance are Clapton Pond, Dalston, Hackney Central, Chatsworth, and Stoke Newington. Nearby Clapton and Rectory Road stations connect quickly to Liverpool Street and Elizabeth Line.

There are plenty of local amenities nearby from grocery shopping at Palm Two, My Neighbours the Dumplings, Sodo Pizza, Tramshed, and the best cycling shop in London, Hub Velo.

Story of Home - 94 Nightingale Road - 5_Lo

" The bespoke kitchen, crafted in 2011, was created with salvaged cabinets from the National History Museum and Pitt Rivers Museum. Paired with exquisite iroko worktops sourced from the Hackney Free science labs "

Story of Home - 94 Nightingale Road - 32_Lo

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