Residing along a pretty tree-lined street full of colourful Victorian houses, this one bedroom apartment welcomes beautiful original wooden floorboards, a charming private garden, and double glazing throughout.
Housed in a red-bricked Victorian property, this apartment has taken advantage of space-saving storage solutions, including floating shelves, inbuilt cabinetry, and wall-mounted cupboards. Residing at the rear of the property is the open plan kitchen and living room, cleverly separated by one small step between the two spaces. You’ll encounter tall sash windows, original cornicing and a ceiling rose in the double bedroom. In the bathroom you’ll find a frosted double glazed window, two inbuilt cabinets, and a mounted wooden towel rail with clothes hooks. Into the garden, you’ll see a collection of potted plants, mature trees, paved tiling, and a wooden garden shed tucked away behind a tree. The shed houses a wooden cabinet and waxed wood flooring, offering the perfect spot for bike storage, a reading nook, or, of course, as storage space for gardening tools.
With that delightful garden it’s unlikely you’ll be craving any other access to outside space, but if you would enjoy a jog in the park, trip to a boating lake or game of tennis, Finsbury Park itself is just 0.2 miles from you (we recommend visiting Furtherfield Gallery too for a bit of arts and culture, situated within the park walls).