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Period gem off brick lane

Two Bedroom House

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Stepping off Brick Lane, you would be forgiven for thinking you had stepped back into the Dickensian East End.

A step or two off Brick Lane is this wonderful two bedroom Victorian terrace on Woodseer Street, formerly 'Pelham Street'.

The area was regularly visited and written about by Dickens in his weekly column; he was passionate about the various ragged schools that formed in and around the area, particularly close to the Weavers Cottages that are still present on the street today.

Through the dark hue of oak to your hallway, a generous storage cupboard welcomes you to hang your coats and jackets.

A vast reception room greets you, spanning the entire ground floor, with a secluded walled garden to step out onto whenever you need a break.

The kitchen to the rear looks out onto the side return, and includes all integrated appliances.

Upstairs, two double bedrooms, with the principle bedroom providing huge triple wardrobes, housing tonnes of hanging & storage space. 

A plus-sized bathroom to the rear has bath with overhead shower, W/C and towel rail. A generous airing cupboard just outside finishes the space, with an additional storage space for any large or bulky items. 

Last but not least, access to your private roof terrace is via a steep staircase. Terraces like this are such a rarity in this part of town, and provides a  cracking spot to hang out. 

8 Woodseer Street is an end of terrace, situated calmly off Brick Lane, which is world renowned for its vibrant nightlife, throngs of curry restaurants and hipster cafes.

Shoreditch as a whole has everything to whet your appetite.

One of the favourite restaurants locally is St John Bread & Wine, with an ever-changing British Menu & Wine list. For the best curry, Brick Lane Brassiere is your destination. Local boozers include The Ten Bells & The Pride of Spitalfields (the latter great for a cockney sing-along!)

Transport wise you have Shoreditch High Street station a short walk away, connecting you north to Islington & south to the city. Underground & tube connections aplenty from Liverpool Street connects you to the whole of London via Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City Line. East of England & Cambridge are connected from here to. 


Woodseer Street, Shoreditch, London, E1


Energy Efficiency Rating (Current)
Energy Efficiency Rating 40%
Energy Efficiency Rating (Potential)
Energy Efficiency Rating 47%


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