Situated on a quiet, no-through lane on the border of Stoke Newington and Dalston, this gorgeous new-build, three-bedroom flat has a sunny terrace and access to a pretty, communal garden.

Selsea Place, Stoke Newington, 3. Bed Flat



We really love our flat. The big windows and terrace make it feel very bright and welcoming. The triple glazed windows has meant it’s totally soundproofed and was built to a high standard. Our neighbours are lovely and always around to help when needed.

The location in Dalston is great, as it’s a short walk to all our favourite places. We often enjoy grabbing a coffee and a loaf of bread from Jolene on Newington Green or trying out the latest restaurant to pop up on Kingsland Road. We’ve loved the proximity to so many areas like De Beauvoir (and its great pubs), Stoke Newington, London Fields and Victoria Park.


An entirely fresh, contemporary space, with all the convenience and functionality you'd expect from a brand-new build, but with plenty of personality, too. The open-plan living room/kitchen is spacious and inviting, and the large terrace makes it feel even sunnier, all year round. Two of the bedrooms have en suite bathroom, and the smaller one makes for a great home office. The rooms come off a central hallway, so there's a buffer between communal and private spaces—ideal for families or flatmates. And the apartment benefits from a calming colour palette that catches the light and brightens the mood.

The flat is only moments from Dalston Junction Overground station, with service to Liverpool Street in 25 minutes. Indie shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs await along Stoke Newington Road all the way to Regent's Canal. Bijou Butterfield Green is close by, as is Hackney Downs, so a bit of green space and fresh air is always within reach.


Energy Performance Certificate:

Current Energy Efficiency Rating and Environmental Impact Rating: B.

Council Tax:

In the Borough of Hackney, the flat falls into Council Tax Band D (£1,773.29 in 2023/24).


One of 50 in the building, the flat is leasehold with around 245 years remaining.

Ground rent & service charge:

Ground rent is £500 and service charge is approx £1,500 per annum.

Recent changes:

The owners have added custom-design walk-in wardrobe to maximise the space which is a huge benefit to flat living.

Getting around:

Tucked behind Kingsland High Street, you have access to both stations at Dalston (routes running east to west from Kingsland and south from Dalston Junction). Additionally, there is a bevvy of buses running in various routes and directions, including direct links to Liverpool Street. From there, you can jump on the new Elizabeth Line for a speedy connection to Central London, Canary Wharf and Heathrow.

Anything else:

The building has been updated to conform to EWS1 standards (B1 - TBC). The work is already complete, and the new owners will not bear any additional cost linked to this recent work.

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