Large sunny double bedroom in Stoke Newington perfect for City worker. Monday to Friday - five days a week only.


N16 9PD
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Bedroom size
Preferred gender
Share with how many others
Use of Kitchen
Use of living room
Can smoke
Sole use of Bathroom


A large, bright double room overlooking the front garden.  It is furnished with a desk, shelving, a large wardrobe and bedside table. 

You will have use of the kitchen in the mornings and evenings (no business meetings during the day please), the bathroom (bath and shower), and the living room. 

 The price includes utilities, Council Tax and WiFi. Next to this room is a loo and small hand-basin (cold water only). 

I am letting this room for adult single occupancy only.  One month’s rent and a deposit of one month’s rent will be taken in advance.

There is a range of small shops and a Tesco within 5 minutes’ walk.  The house is situated on a quiet, tree-lined main road in Stoke Newington and has a large back garden.

Dog-lovers only please. Atticus the Welsh Terrier lives here. He loves visitors, wouldn’t dream of chewing your stuff (unless it’s edible!) and doesn’t moult so no dog hair.

You must be double-jabbed.

Subject to satisfactory references, the room is available from mid-August.

Transport nearby

Spacious Victorian garden flat 10 mins walk from Canonbury Overground station with links to central London. Short walk to the shops, restaurants, cafes and bars of Stoke Newington and trendy Dalston. Old Street Roundabout and The City a bus ride away

Describe your neighbourhood here

Albion Road is midway between the neighbourhoods of Newington Green and Stoke Newington, home to artists, architects, digital entrepreneurs and designers. The area has a villagey vibe and some of the best bits of London are just a short bus ride away - the hipster bars of Dalston, the financial powerhouse of The City, London’s tech hub at Old Street and the smart shops and theatres of Highbury & Islington.

Newington Green is steeped in history. King Henry VIII had a hunting lodge here in the 16th century and surrounding streets (Boleyn Road, King Henry’s Walk and Queen Elizabeth’s Walk) echo its ancient heritage. Look out for ‘The Cromwell Houses’ constructed in 1658 – they are the oldest brick terrace of houses in England. The Unitarian Church, which now hosts mindfulness classes and classical concerts, was built in 1708 by the English Dissenters, a wealthy group of radical thinkers and social reformers. Their teachings inspired writers Edgar Allen Poe and Daniel Defoe and feminist pioneer Mary Wollstonecraft all of whom lived and worked nearby.

Today Newington Green has a great selection of shops, services, restaurants and pubs. The Belle Epoque bakery, Jolene, and Lizzy’s on the Green serve fantastic coffee, pastries and sandwiches.

At the other end of Albion Road is Stoke Newington Church Street, lined with charming independent shops and book-ended by two historic public parks. Clissold Park with its grand mansion dates back to 1889 and spans 56 acres. It’s a perennial favourite with young families thanks to its tennis courts, playground, paddling pool, aviary, butterfly dome and café. Down the road Abney Park, one of Victorian London’s Magnificent Seven cemeteries, oozes tumble-down gothic charm.

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£800.00/per month