Replete with Victorian charm and a peaceful private garden with views of St Mark’s Church, this generously sized two double bedroom apartment will make a grand and gracious abode for those looking to make a home their own.
Ionic-inspired columns flank the exterior porch, which is fronted by a traditional Victorian double door and laid to a black-and-white Oxford patterned tile with a Kingsley border. This classic Victorian tile continues to the communal hallway interior, with towering tall ceilings greeting you once inside the ground floor residence. To your left is where you’ll find the eat-in kitchen, offering a wealth of space for dining, cooking, and entertaining. Quaint pastel blues festoon the cabinetry in one corner, topped and accented by solid wooden details. Access to the private garden also resides here, upon the descent of a cast-iron stairwell. Thickets of mature foliage and shrubbery surround this idyllic outdoor space, which has been carefully crafted to provide a calming sense of seclusion and privacy, with plentiful room to rest and relax. Another example of the Victorian arrangement of space can be found in the reception room, boasting a gorgeous original fireplace, deep enclaves on either side of the chimneybreast, and a magnificent bay window fitted with sash windows and wooden shutters. Both double bedrooms relish enviously tall ceilings and a private balcony each, with characterful décor that would be a joy to make your own. Adjacent to the master bedroom, you’ll arrive at the bathroom, which features a wood panelled bath surround, two wall-mounted cabinets, and a sash window with textured glass panes.
Located just 0.7 miles from Finsbury Park Station, you’ll benefit from a marvellous variety of amenities in the surrounding area. From a tiered wildflower meadow in Wray Crescent Open Space to experimental theatre productions at Park Theatre and freshly baked Bread By Bike at Stroud Green Market, Finsbury Park has something to suit all tastes