An impressive deep bay window, a private rear patio garden, and a cosy and comfortable atmosphere throughout. Those are just a few of our favourite features in this captivating one double bedroom home, with a mere 0.2mile stroll to Finsbury Park Station being the cherry on top.
Stepping inside this charming mid-terrace Victorian conversion through a mint green front door and into the ground floor flat, you’ll be greeted by an abundance of light pouring into the reception room through a trio of original sash windows forming the deep bay. A beautiful white painted chimney breast makes a subtle statement in the centre of one wall, framed on either side by a handful of inbuilt floating shelves. Shaped in an L, this versatile room features ample space to create a welcoming living, dining, and working area all rolled into one. Adjacent is the monochromatic bathroom, boasting a full-sized bathtub, contemporary countertop washbasin, and stainless steel wall-mounted heated towel rail. Next on the tour, you’ll find the double bedroom, overlooking the private rear garden and featuring a wall-to-wall floor-to-ceiling inbuilt wardrobe. Across the hallway is the galley-style kitchen, which benefits from glossy white cabinetry, stylish black-and-white subway tile, and a rather delightful conservatory-style extension towards the rear that opens up to the garden. Surrounded by rich wooden fencing and laid to alternating shades of terracotta and sand coloured tile, this outside space welcomes limitless possibilities for creating your dream garden.
Outside of this charming home, you’ll find a plethora of fantastic eateries, retail, and cultural hotspots surrounding you. We’d recommend a feast of glorious vegetarian Indian fare at Jai Krishna, a touch of retail at the beautifully curated charity shop Crisis, and an evening relishing dramas, musicals, and experimental productions at Park Theatre, just to get to know the 0.4mile radius around you.