Residing a mere 0.6 miles from Finsbury Park Station, this split-level apartment encompasses two double bedrooms and is bursting with charming period features.
A trio of tall, original sash windows forms the deep bay of the reception room, creating the focal point to the room and allowing natural light to ebb and flow inside. Here, you’ll find plentiful space for dining, working and relaxing, finished to perfection with a charming ceiling rose, gorgeous cornicing and original wooden floorboards. Two deep enclaves lined with chunky floating shelves can also be found here, perfect for displaying vintage cameras, indie zines, potted cacti, romance novels, art prints and the like. Classic chequerboard tiling adorns the kitchen walls, hosting integrated appliances, graphite coloured work surfaces and an inbuilt wine rack. Both double bedrooms feature cosy pastel blue carpeting and matching painted walls, alongside floor-length draping curtains covering original sash windows. Minimalist décor greets you in the bathroom, fitted with a wood-framed mirrored cabinet, freestanding ceramic washbasin and full-sized bathtub.
Located less than 200ft from Stroud Green Road, there’s a tremendous amount of local gems sitting right at your doorstep. Jai Krishna might be the first place you spot, serving up authentic vegetarian Indian cuisine (we’d recommend the incredible dosa). Just a few doors down you’ll spy Que Me, with Vietnamese cuisine that is undeniably brilliant – even the mango smoothie is hard to beat. Up the road, The Old Dairy serves up a ruddy good Sunday roast under glass-vaulted ceilings and dairy-themed murals.