Betwixt and between Dalston and Stoke Newington, this two-bedroom, ground-floor apartment embraces the industrial and is carefully designed for urban living.

Belgrade Road, Stoke Newington, 2 Bed. Flat




We have had a very happy few years living in the flat; we love the exposed concrete, high ceilings and big living space, which is perfect for entertaining. It is a fantastic location - just off the high street which is great for getting around, but is also on a lovely quiet residential street.

The neighbours in the building are all very friendly and the road generally shares a good sense of community. We will miss the flat, but love it so much we’re staying in the area.


Energy Performance Certificate (EPC):
Current Energy Rating C Potential Energy Rating C.

Council Tax:
The property falls into Band D (£1877 in 2023/24) in the borough of Hackney.

Current monthly costs are approx: Electricity £45, Gas £50 and Water £52. These figures naturally change seasonally during the year.

Share of freehold with approximately 999 years left on the lease.

Service charge:
Approximately £3,000-4,000 per year paid bi-annually.

Ground rent:
Peppercorn ground rent.

In the building, there are 8 flats in total.

Recent work:
The roof and front exterior have had recent work done and the timber balconies throughout the building have been replaced.

Getting around:
In ten minutes you can reach the Overground at Dalston Kingsland and Dalston Junction, opening up the entire network that sprawls the city. Prefer journeying on two wheels? Then you’ll find the Cycle Superhighway that passes nearby and takes you directly and safely into town, which is very handy indeed.

Onward plans:
The owners have already found their next home and are selling chain-free.

Anything else:
Some local trivia: Belgrade Road used to be called Wiesbaden Road. It was changed in 1915 at the request of local residents.


While we endeavour to provide accurate photographs, floor plans, and descriptions, these should be intended as a guide. Total floor plan measurements are sometimes rounded for ease, and distances are approximated. Purchasers should always satisfy themselves through personal inspection.


Not all new-builds are created equal, and this block, along a road of Victorian terraces, stands out for all the right reasons. Distinctly designed, it’s got space, light and quirky detail, but it’s the use of materials that gives it an edge. The bare concrete ceilings and panels throughout provide warmth and texture that bring the flat to life.

In the generous living space, the concrete is a pleasing contrast to the white of the kitchen, but in keeping with minimalist look and feel. Expansive floor-to-ceiling windows invite you to the terrace, which has the sense of being enclosed from the elements. The concrete continues through the good-sized bedrooms, both of which open onto a small patio-cum-lightwell for maximum natural light. And to make sure you can maintain the minimalist aesthetic, there’s an abundance of built-in storage.

Belgrade Road is on the doorstep of not one, but two eclectic neighbourhoods. To the south, Dalston has all the ingredients for a good time - diverse and delicious cuisine, cultural spaces and plenty of places to shake your tail feather. Alternatively, head northward to Stokey for relative peace and quiet, where laid-back lunching, meandering and browsing independent shops are the order of the day.

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Brickworks loves:

Explore North London

1 Ruby’s

A retro cinema sign above the entrance sets the scene for this cosy underground cocktail bar and lounge. Exposed brickwork and soft lighting create a perfect setting for date night, the martinis are all excellent and the Manhattan is a true classic.

2 Luminary Bakery

A social enterprise/bakery run for and by women who have experienced social disadvantage. Great for lunch, morning coffee and cake (any time).

3 Rio Cinema

This independent “art deco picture palace” has a storied history, but its real appeal is arthouse and family-friendly fare in a rare and wonderful setting. Come for the film, stay for the new whisky bar, situated conveniently next to Screen 2.

4 Brunswick East

This Aussie-run cafe has an inventive, delicious brunch menu. Doors open at 8 a.m., so you can grab a coffee and a tasty Dusty Knuckle Bakery pastry on the way to work, but food is served all day long.

5 The Lady Mildmay

Come for the warm atmosphere, stay for the Mediterranean-inspired menu. A pub that takes food seriously and seasonally, but isn’t stuffy – the perfect place to enjoy a Sunday roast.