A stone's throw from the buzz of Homerton, this stylish two-bedroom flat utilises every inch of space and has visual and neighbourhood appeal.

Homerton High Street, Homerton, 2 Bed. Flat


Under offer


Set in a welcoming block in central Homerton, this flat chalks up points on many levels. Parquet flooring offset by the crisp white decor is indicative of the simple, effective styling that makes this flat a winner. But above all, it knows how to work its square footage for maximum impact. Rooms lead off a central corridor, accentuating the sense of space, and stacks of storage have been snuck in, providing practical solutions and aesthetic interest.

Everything in the flat does the job and does it well. The kitchen is compact and unpretentious, with warm wood touches. The two bedrooms are evenly sized and versatile. And the bathroom is, well, just gorgeous, with its green, tessellated tiles and walk-in shower. It may be all of a buzz in the surrounding neighbourhood, but this flat is a haven of peace and calm.

Nisbet House is made for anyone who has fallen for the scene in this corner of London. You are minutes from the bakeries, bistros and boutiques of Chatsworth Road, the floral delights of nearby Colombia Road and the urban pull of Hackney Wick; there’s something for every mood. Plus, meanders along the canal and the vast open spaces of Victoria Park provide opportunities for enjoying the outdoors.


We have loved every minute of living in this flat and will be really sad to leave. I fell for the parquet floors and the location –– I think they're hard to beat.

Homerton has so much to offer: coffee shops, parks, weekend food markets, antique shops and pubs galore... I could go on! And there's always something on with the crowd-funded Castle cinema and community-owned pub, the Chesham Arms. Chatsworth Road, just opposite, is always full of life, but you don't have to travel far to Lower Clapton, Columbia Road and Hackney Wick to find many more hidden gems.


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

Council Tax:
The property falls into Band B (£1426 in 2024/25) in the borough of Hackney.

Current monthly costs are approx: Electricity £60, Gas £35 and Water £45. These figures naturally change seasonally during the year.

Leasehold with 91 years remaining.

Service charge:
£200 per month.

Ground rent:
£9 per year.

The estate comprises over 300 flats.

Recent work:
The current owners have installed a new bathroom.

Getting around:
You couldn’t get an easier walk to Homerton station, where the Overground network opens up the capital. However, you also get the bonus of being close to Stratford and Stratford International, which connects to the Jubilee Line, DLR and others. Think Kings Cross in under 25 mins or Margate in 1 hour 39 mins.

Onward plans:
The owners are upsizing for their growing family.

Anything else:
Victoria Park is just around the corner, so you may come to think of it as an extension of your back garden. Spanning 86 acres, it is the largest park in Tower Hamlets, with a vast array of facilities, from the V&A Playground to a weekly Sunday market.

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