£1,000,000 /Sale price
London N15 3EA
DescriptionBursting with Period Hallmarks and expansive space. A very rare opportunity to acquire a three-bedroom, two-bathroom property in excess of 1120 sq. Ft. With a well-maintained south facing garden in a prime N8 location. Situated within seconds' walk to Turnpike Lane Underground Station (Piccadilly Line) and neighbouring Fairland Park.The propertyThis home will suit a lot of people, particularly growing families looking for more space. The property boasts traditional Victorian hallmarks such as high ceilings creating the perfect setting for high-impact decor, ceiling roses, fireplaces and bay windows.The front of the property serves the Reception Room, period hallmarks and natural light fill this room. The windows in this area of the property are tremendous in stature allowing the front bay to pull in natural light all through the day.The massive Kitchen/Diner is at the rear, fitted with a substantial space to dine/relax and entertain. Light beams onto this space through the day. The kitchen offers plenty of worktop space and kitchen storage and again pulling in light from its panning window aspect. This room leads straight to the private garden.The garden is vastly sized and kept in excellent condition. This area is part paved and part mature lawn, a great place to test out your gardening skills and unwind.On the first floor of the property, you have three double bedrooms, the first bedroom is a large double size, crowning the room is the combination of the impressive original Victorian Fireplace and the original ceiling rose and cornicing framing the room. All bedrooms are fitted with carpeted floors and double-glazed windows adding character to the space.The house holds two bathrooms, the first being in the ground floor furnished with a panel bathtub while the second is positioned in the first floor furnished with a walk-thru shower.The history of the patchThe building itself pays homage to a period of Victorian Style which is apparent throughout the Harringay Ladder. Historically the land was once part of the iconic 'Estate of Harringay House', which was built by Edward Gray in 1792. It was situated at the top of the hill and within a loop of the New River.The ladder itself was built between 1881 and 1899, under the aegis of the British Land Company. Now over a hundred years on, it has firmly stamped itself as one of the most popular patches in North London to reside.Convenience factorsTo get around town, you have a host of transport links. Situated within walking distance of Turnpike Lane Underground Station (Piccadilly Line Zone 3) and Hornsey br providing direct access to London Liverpool Street. The location also has numerous and regular bus links providing routes to most significant parts of London.Local to the property is the renowned Harringay Green Lanes. With no shortage of local stores selling fresh produce, bars/pubs, restaurants and quirky coffee shops providing perfect spots to shop, dine and relax. Not forgetting the selection of green spaces surrounding the flat. At the bottom of Frobisher Road, you will find Ducketts Common, a favourite park in the area and home to an array of events throughout the year. A great place to spend some time with friends and family if the weather permits!This property is available for sale! Call us to arrange a viewing.'ThinkProperty Inc!' For more details and to contact: https://realtyww.info/houses_london-d196251/for-sale_i38824077
- Beds: 4
- Baths: 1
- Price: £1,000,000 /Sale price
- Internal Reference No.: 38824077
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