Savills | Lambert Street, Barnsbury, Islington, London, N1 1JE | Properties to rent
914 sq ft(84.91 sq m)
Guide price £650
Weekly + Fees apply

Lambert StreetBarnsbury, Islington, London, N1 1JE

  • Under offer
  • Unfurnished

Key features

  • Charming Barnsbury road
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • Recently refurbished
  • Upper maisonette
  • Council Tax Band = E

Stunning upper maisonette in a period house on a highly sought-after Barnsbury road.

About this property

  • Exceptionally well presented two bedroom apartment set over the upper floors of a Victorian house in a charming, highly regarded Barnsbury road.

    This beautiful property enjoys a private street entrance and staircase up to the accommodation, which is set over the first and second floors and features solid wood floors throughout. The apartment includes a bathroom benefitting from a separate shower and semi open plan kitchen.

    Lambert Street is an extremely attractive residential road in central Barnsbury, comprising two short terraces of beautiful flat fronted early Victorian houses. Tree lined on both sides, the street is largely devoid of through traffic. The property is set over the upper floors of a house on the eastern terrace.

    Caledonian Road is on two great bus routes. One going towards Kings Cross, Euston and then onto Charing Cross. And the other going towards Chancery Lane, St Pauls and then onto London Bridge.

    Caledonian Road and Barnsbury Station is approximately 700 metres/km walk and is on the London Overground which has excellent links to central, west and southwest London.

    Check to plan your commute.

A beautiful property situated in a great location.

Holly GoodgeProperty agent

Local information

  • Barnsbury is a residential suburb in the London Borough of Islington. Set between the regenerated Kings Cross quarter and Angel, the area was home to Tony Blair and the birth of New Labour before Mr Blair made the trip across town to Downing Street.
  • Housing stock is a mixture of beautiful Georgian and Victorian townhouses, with some Edwardian stock and a scattering of new developments, including some of the most prestigious portered developments in North London. One of the delights of the area is the lack of uniformity in housing and street layout, with the southern section of Thornhill Road a prime example of how the area has developed organically, but in an extremely aesthetically pleasing fashion.
  • Barnsbury Wood, a small nature reserve, which can be accessed from Crescent Street, is home to a selection of sycamore, ash and elder trees which provide a home to a variety of wildlife, and there is a selection of open spaces and garden squares in the area, almost all of which are open to the public.
  • The area features some of the most prestigious property in Islington, and some of the most beautiful streets, with Ripplevale Grove, Barnsbury Square and Lonsdale Square among the most sought-after addresses. Traditional English pubs serving upscale gastro fare to well-heeled clients mix with some more cutting edge offerings closer to Upper Street, and it is this mix of the traditional English charm on the doorstep of the bustle and international flavours of Upper Street and Kings Cross which lend the area much of its appeal.

Additional information

  • Islington is popular with young professionals and families alike. A wide assortment of accommodation, streets and green areas make for a stimulating environment while excellent eateries, art and culture add to the variety and vitality of the area.
  • Much of the area including Barnsbury, Canonbury and De Beauvoir Town was developed in the Georgian and Victorian eras and retains many of the original architectural features of those times. The grand residential homes, courtyards and squares across the district have established Islington as a premier address in London.
  • Islington benefits from some spectacular parks and city gardens. Highbury Fields, situated just to the east of Highbury Gardens, is the largest open space in the borough of Islington. Across its 29 acres there are recreational facilities including eight tennis courts, a café, swimming pool and a football court at the north end.
  • The park is surrounded by highly desirable residences.
  • Islington has some fantastic local theatres including the Almeida, a local award-winning 325 seat theatre, producing a diverse range of British and international drama with some of the world's best artists, and has developed a worldwide profile. The King's Head theatre, known for its music, has been a hotbed of new and exciting creative talent for more than 35 years. Not forgetting Sadler's Wells, the UK's leading dance house, uniquely dedicated to bringing the very best international and UK dance to London audiences.
  • All this culture and diversity attracts residents of a particularly discerning nature. Its close vicinity to the City, efficient transport links and the unique charm of Upper Street with its blend of cultural offerings and diverse shopping choices add further appeal.
  • EPC Rating = B