This lovely one-bedroom flat in a lofty Victorian property is found on a popular road just north of the tranquil Parkland Walk nature reserve.
One of the most striking features of this well-proportioned flat is the bay fronted living space, which further benefits from an additional double height window, ensuring the room is exceptionally full of natural light. Another focal point of this room is the intricate original fireplace, with carefully maintained patterned tiles and exceptional detailing on the header and trim panels. Symmetrical inbuilt shelving and cupboard units, painted fresh white, have been placed either side of the fireplace providing great storage solutions. Furthermore, there are additional inbuilt shelves to the side of the lounge. With enough room for two sofas and a dining table and chairs you really are spoilt for space in this apartment. Not to mention an abundance of shelving opportunities. Moving through the apartment you’ll find a bathroom with three-piece suite, including a bath tub and shower attachment. Next, you’ll encounter a kitchen with light wood cupboards, slate effect worktops and an inbuilt oven with gas hob. To the rear of the property is the bedroom, overlooking the neighbouring gardens and incorporating recessed LED lights, a deep burgundy feature wall and an inbuilt triple wardrobe.
Just 0.8 miles to Finsbury Park Station, providing fast access across London via the Victoria, Piccadilly and Overground lines, as well as a mere 0.4 miles to Stroud Green Road. We’d heartily recommend trying the French cheese at The Deli at 80 or grabbing some Pho at QT Vietnamese Kitchen – this is a neighbourhood worth exploring. For more local insights have a read of our Neighbourhoods page.