See inside this amazing period home with 'endless' pool for sale in London
This sophisticated end-of-terrace period property in London boasts a rare and unique swimming pool...
A period house with an 'endless' swimming pool has gone on sale in East London for £2.25 million.
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Set over four floors and offering over 2700 sq feet, the house has been lovingly finished by the current owner, packed with bespoke and restored original features.
The house offers working fireplaces with sawn stone surrounds, and restored original floorboards and architraves.
The limestone-floored kitchen with marble worktop is truly the heart of the home, and also features a stunning sunken sky-lit reception.
In total, the fantastic family home has five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and three reception rooms.
There are four double bedrooms, plus the master suite that spans the whole first floor with a sumptuous bathroom and walk-in wardrobe.
To the rear of the house is a tranquil rear garden and - something that not many London homeowners can say - a heated 'endless' swimming pool, which is a pool that sees you constantly swimming against the current for a great workout.
The unique pool is tastefully set within an orangery with limestone detail.
The house has a light, airy feel, with high ceilings and contemporary finishes and, while it's perfect as it is, there's room to also add your own personality if you so desired.
Set opposite Bow Road Tube, the house is well located for transport links with easy access to the A12 and A13 for commuting. The home is also close to both Victoria and The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which is excellent for dog walks or taking in some fresh air and greenery close by. When you fancy a spot of retail therapy, the bustling Westfield shopping centre is also on your doorstep. What's more, there's also a further two secure, off street parking spaces.
And, of course... the pool. We're sold. The house is on the market with Savills.
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Ruth Doherty is an experienced digital writer and editor specializing in interiors, travel and lifestyle. With 20 years of writing for national sites under her belt, she’s worked for the likes of Livingetc.com, Standard, Ideal Home, Stylist and Marie Claire as well as Homes & Gardens.
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