Calming oceanic hues envelop this two double bedroom home, full of Victorian charm and perfected by a strikingly spacious balcony.
Inside the first floor apartment, you’ll find original wooden floorboards and pastel shades of teal, sapphire and graphite decorating the walls. Double sash windows greet you in the reception room, with a dinette for four, loveseat and accompanying lounge chair placed before a plentiful array of multi-sized inbuilt shelving, perfect for displaying your souvenirs from far-flung destinations, fruit-shaped candle collection or extensive Jamie Oliver cookbook assortment. Through sliding doors, you’ll find the kitchen boasting an arched sash window, placed just above the sink and surrounded by a contrasting array of white and oak-effect kitchen cabinets. In the hallway, you’ll pass by an inbuilt storage cupboard – perfect for stashing away your vacuum cleaner, suitcase and/or dead bodies – and find the bathroom, featuring a full-sized bathtub with wooden surround and unusual pendant shaped showerhead above. In the first double bedroom, you’ll spot a wooden wardrobe, dresser, double bed, nightstand and wall-mounted mirror. Multiple full-length inbuilt wardrobes are fitted in the master bedroom, designed with clean white lines in mind and fitted with splendid soft close doors. You’ll also find a double bed with accompanying nightstand, and floor-length curtains hiding the door out to the balcony, which boasts a charming little bistro set, outdoor lighting and is laid with astroturf – a perfect oasis of green for those of us who just don’t have time to mow real grass.
As for location, Finsbury Park Station is a total blessing at just 0.4 miles away, serving the Piccadilly, Victorian and National Rail lines. The Front Room Café (a mere 0.1 mile away) cooks up one of the best Eggs Royale for your Sunday brunch too, and Boulangerie Bon Matin 0.2 miles away also do a spectacular job on the Eggs Royale – it’s rather hard to decide between the two.