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image  16 Umberston Street , London, E1

image ££584,999

image 2 BEDROOMS
image Under Offer (Leasehold)


 Penthouse Apartment
 Elizabeth Line (Cross Rail)
 2 Double Bedrooms
 Fully Integrated Kitchen
 2 Bathrooms
 Close to The City

Property Description

Hawk & Eagle Property Consultants are excited to offer, as -joint-sole agents this stunning larger-than-average 2-bedroom penthouse apartment on the cusp of The City. The property is chain-free, making it an ideal purchase for a buy-to-let investor or as a family home.

This beautiful property consists of a spacious and neutrally presented living area with floor-to-ceiling windows and access to the balcony and a modern fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances. 2 double bedrooms, with the second having access to the private terrace, and 2 modern bathrooms (1 of which is an en-suite) complement the property well. Further benefits include UPVC double glazing and sole use of the top floor of this modern building.

Located in the heart of Aldgate East with Aldgate & Aldgate East stations close by, The City and Liverpool Street are both within walking distance. The bustling Brick Lane, Spitalfields and the trendy Shoreditch are also nearby. The new Cross Rail (Elizabeth Line) in Whitechapel will be a real bonus too.

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