This elegant one bedroom, split-level flat is an ideal base for first time buyers to settle and explore a friendly, peaceful neighbourhood.
A vermillion red door greets you on approach to this charming Victorian property. On your immediate left upon entry to the first floor flat is a beautifully decorated kitchen, boasting enough space for a cosy breakfast nook for two. Crisp white walls, a matte teal feature wall, light wooden flooring, and a tasteful display of white subway tile forms a luxurious yet understated sense of space. Our favourite features include the seamlessly integrated hob, thick wooden worktops, and minimalist double bowl washbasin. Next door is the bathroom, which has been fitted with a mottled window, large inbuilt storage cupboard, and a bold royal blue tile surrounding the bath and sink. Passing by storage space within a double cupboard and ascending the split level is where you’ll find the remaining two rooms. Close attention has been paid to every detail of the spacious double bedroom, from the subtle speckled carpet to the stylish picture shelves above the kingsize bed. Adjacent is the reception room, which is filled with natural light from two large arched sash windows. A calming blue grey surrounds this space and has been matched with solid wooden floorboards. Access to the overhead loft space can be found in both the split-level hallway and bedroom.
Thorpedale Road offers swift access to the grassy meadows of Wray Crescent Open Space, which has resulted in a delightfully peaceful set of streets surrounded by the wonderful amenities of Finsbury Park. Residing just 0.4 miles away from this humble abode is our favourite local gem, The Shaftesbury Tavern, which is treasured by locals for its cosy atmosphere, excellent Sunday roasts, and superb drink selection (as featured in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide).