Cadogan Terrace, Victoria Park

£420,000 · Flat · Sale

This finely finished, large one-bed flat with private parking is located on a peaceful terrace overlooking Victoria Park. It is perfectly situated to take advantage of local green spaces as well as the waterways, exciting new cafes, galleries and studios around Hackney Wick. It is 400m walk to Hackney Wick Overland station via the pedestrian bridge. The windows in the block are being replaced and the vendor is taking full responsibility for the cost.


  • Living room with splendid views over Victoria Park
  • Separate modern kitchen
  • Double bedroom also overlooking the park
  • Luxury bathroom
  • Double glazing
  • Megaflow water system
  • Secure entry system
  • Private parking

Transport Links
Right on the A12, which will get you out of town in smart shape for your weekend trips. For Liverpool Street and the South Bank, the 26 bus a couple of minutes away, regular and reliable access. Also a short walk away, overground stations at Homerton and Hackney Wick puts you in easy touch with Stratford and Highbury.

Maybe the big sell here is the cycle routes – canal and park ways in all directions will make for a beautiful start and finish to every journey.

Energy Efficiency

Allocated private parking space

Council tax band C

Ground rent is included in the Service Charge at £97.50 per month

Leasehold 162 years remaining


Additional details

Hackney Wick is an area of east London in the London Borough of Hackney. The area benefited massively from the 2012 Olympics development. The area is popular with London's artistic community who use a lot of the old industrial buildings in the neighborhood. There are several good bars and restaurants. The humongous Westfield shopping centre is within 5 minutes walk.

The nearest station is Hackney Wick (400m) for London Overground services offering speedy connections to Highbury & Islington, Dalston, Hackney Central and Stratford. There are good bus connections to Bethnal Green and Mile End.

Excellent, thanks to the proximity of Victoria Park which was designed to improve the air quality of spluttering Victorian Londoners... Interesting bit of park history from WikiPedia: "Victoria Park's reputation as the 'People's Park' grew as it became a centre for political meetings and rallies of all stripes, perhaps exceeding in importance the more well-known Hyde Park in this regard. The park occupies the interface between Tower Hamlets — sunk in poverty in the 19th century and with a strong tradition of socialist and revolutionary agitation — and Hackney, more genteel, but heir to a centuries-old legacy of religious dissent and non-conformism that led to its own fierce brand of reformism. So it should come as no surprise that the scene at the numerous Speaker's Corners was a lively one."

Floor Plan


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