After a calming stroll up Stroud Green Road, having departed the Victoria, Piccadilly or National Rail lines at Finsbury Park Station 0.7 miles away, you swiftly unlock the door to Berry Lodge and ascend to the second floor.
Upon entry, you can kick off your shoes on the eggshell coloured carpet and tuck away your parka in the hallway storage cupboard. Entered via a beaded curtain hung archway, the reception room offers great space for dining, entertaining and lounging. Peeking out of the double glazed windows, you’ll be greeted by a leafy canopy from the birch tree outside, offering an abundance of privacy and seclusion from neighbouring residential houses. Glossy ash grey cabinetry lines the kitchen adjacent, fitted with micro-mosaic salmon pink tiles, white-grey speckled granite worktops and chunky wooden open shelving. In the bathroom, you’ll step across dark wooden parquet flooring before reaching a spacious walk-in shower enclosure fitted with stainless steel bi-folding doors. Plentiful inbuilt storage also features here, beside a countertop ceramic washbasin and beneath a large wall-mounted mirror. Masses of space resides in the double bedroom.
Located just off Crouch Hill, you have a plethora of fantastic local eateries, drinking spots, independent retail and ever so much more surrounding you. The Old Dairy and The Stapleton Tavern (two of our favourite pubs in the area) are just 0.1 mile away, making that stumble home on a Friday evening just that little bit easier. Max’s Sandwiches is less than 500ft from your front door too, should you ever wish to devour an award-winning sarnie for dinner. We’ll have The Original Gangster, if you’re asking.