Within an immaculate modern development, this dapper two-bedroom flat in Hackney has views that'll make you feel you're living the high life.

Dalston Lane, Hackney, 2 Bed. Flat




Hackney has transformed in recent years, bringing with it better transport links and improved schools. The town centre is buzzy, helped by the regeneration of historical entertainment venues and the introduction of hip new bars and restaurants.

Away from the busy centre, you can find quieter neighbourhoods with strong community vibes; Victoria Park Village, Broadway Market, and London Fields are all home to great indie shops with friendly customers.


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Perched high above the buzz of Hackney, this two-bedroom flat dazzles. Situated on the seventh floor, the ever-changing backdrop steals the show. And thanks to expanses of glass on two walls, the open-plan living space is calm, neutral, and joyfully light. The balcony, with trellis ironwork, is the ideal spot to take five and drink in the sweeping views. Running along the length of the flat, the main bedroom opens onto the balcony, too, so you can enjoy the cityscape from the comfort of your bed.

The rest of the apartment is also impeccable. The warm colour palette and contemporary bathroom tie the space together, and plenty of storage has been built in, with mirrored doors that reflect sunlight into the bedrooms. Beautifully finished and pristinely maintained in a well-loved location, it's a flat that is easy to fall for.

Hackney has a long-established reputation as one of the city's most vibrant neighbourhoods. With Mare Street and Chatsworth Road around the corner, you're never more than five minutes from independent coffee shops, bars, and mouth-watering eateries. When you're done living it up, there's laid-back living to be had at nearby Broadway Market and Victoria Park, or you can get back to nature at Hackney Marshes.


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

Council Tax:
The property falls into Band D (£1,656 in 2024/25) in the borough of Hackney.

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

Leasehold with 241 years remaining

Service charge:
£188 per month

Ground rent:
£125 per year

In the building, there are 76 flats in total

Recent work:
As it is a new build, no updates have been required.

Getting around:
With two Overground stations just minutes away, you can duck into central London or travel cross-capital at the drop of a hat. Fancy the scenic route? ​​Jump on your bike and fast-track your way into town on the super speedy Cycle Highway.

Onward plans:
The owners are already living outside London, so the flat is being sold chain-free.

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1 Allpress London Roastery & Cafe

Allpress are a big name in coffee, with a few select branches worldwide including Sydney and Tokyo, but they are generally focused on the sale of beans wholesale. Regardless, their smart conversion of an old commercial building has created a mecca for local coffee lovers. It's great space to spend time and watch people come and go.

2 Dalston Eastern Curve Garden

Planted atop what was once the old Eastern Curve Railway line, this community garden is an oasis of green amongst the buzz. With a café kiosk, pizza oven and cosy greenhouse (complete with woodburning stove), it’s a great place to eat, drink and gather—casually or at events ranging from birdwatching and candle-making workshops to festive season singalongs.

3 Farrs

Occupying a historic building that once housed a 1930’s dance school, this pub and general hang-out space is hugely atmospheric and a great spot to while away the time drinking, eating and relaxing.

4 Dusty Knuckle

A Dalston institution for bread, pastries and pizza, Dustry Knuckle doesn't just serve up good bread (although it is delicious). It is also an institute for positive change that helps at-risk young people, including young offenders, transform their lives through training and mentorship.

5 Violet

A gorgeous, small bakery established by food writer and stylist Claire Ptak began as a market stall on Broadway Market. All ingredients are organic and all the results of said ingredients combined, are delicious!