This rather attractively furnished and imposing first floor Victorian conversion sits pretty, right upon the doorstep of luscious and sprawling Finsbury Park itself.
Beyond the charming blue door and front steps you’ll find a spacious reception room and hallway tastefully swathed in neutral tones and boasting an array of storage facilities. Light spills into the front room through original sash windows that feature throughout, illuminating your record collection and hanging pot plants that adorn the built in shelving units provided. Stylish, mid century furnishings preside, echoed by the late 1950s style pastel blue cabinets in the farmhouse kitchen. Whether you fancy retro cuisine or a more forward thinking platter, you’ll find contemporary appliances for all your culinary stylings at hand including a nice sized fridge/freezer and electric oven with gas hobs. Before swinging into the ample sized double bedroom , you may hear a ring at the door via your rather nifty entry phone. Let your special guest know you’re ready to welcome them into your chic abode whilst giving yourself fair warning to keep your shoes on, don a nicer jacket and spruce up in the bathroom. Locking the door behind you, you can admire the ceramic and mirror tiled walls and yourself before your guests have ascended the stairs. In minutes you are propped up in the hallway, welcome glass of wine to hand, ready to host your favourite friend for a long overdue house warming.
This one bed abode is a short ten minute stroll from both Finsbury Park Station (hosted by the Piccadilly, Victoria and National Rail Lines) and Manor House Station (on the Piccadilly Line). Should you tire of your own cooking and entertainment skills, the local area is a hive of award winning independent retail, eateries and watering holes just seconds from the front door.