Hidden behind a fantastic Victorian façade awaits a contemporary and characterful maisonette boasting two double bedrooms, exposed brick chimneybreast and a private south-facing roof terrace.
After climbing the stairwell to the first landing, you’ll be welcomed by entry to the wonderfully sized bathroom. Ocean blue tiles contrast with ice white grouting and surround the double-ended, full-sized bathtub. This colour palette is echoed throughout the room, tying together the separate walk-in shower enclosure, sash window and wall-mounted heated towel rail. Discarding your coat and shoes in the hallway, you’ll next ascend to the second landing; here, you will spy the kitchen and living area on your right, separated by an arch. Two original sash windows extend towards the high ceilings, casting light across a beautiful exposed brick chimneybreast. Glossy quartz granite worktops, a stainless steel splash back and a range of sleek appliances offer a contemporary finish to the kitchen. Ascending to the next landing, you’ll spot access to the roof terrace, boasting picturesque views over neighbouring rooftops and residential gardens. Back inside and to the top floor is where you’ll find both double bedrooms furnished with double beds, wardrobes and chests of drawers.
On this quiet tree-lined street, you’re located in the heart of Finsbury Park, with both the station (serving the Piccadilly, Victoria and National Rail lines) and Grade II listed park (featuring a boating lake, tennis courts, Furtherfield Art Gallery and flower gardens) of the same name just 0.2 miles away. Boasting revolutionary East-Asian food at Zing Zing, brilliant stand-up comedy every Friday at neighbourhood bar T-Bird, and Ofsted-rated ‘Good’ Amber Primary School and The Children’s Centre, the 0.3 mile circle around you is also a rather dashing place to be.