Silvering maroon paint catches your eye on arrival to this end-of-terrace Victorian property, piquing your curiosity with two tastefully decorated double bedrooms and one rather impressive private garden.
Floor-to-ceiling double glazed doors welcome exceptional levels of natural light to the impressively sized reception room. A luxurious L-shaped sofa in the corner calls out your name to be relaxed upon with a good book, Irish coffee and Snuggie in tow. An exposed brick pillar catches your eye beside a set of chunky black floating shelves, contemporary dining table and matching chairs. Relaxing in the shade of the decades-old tree towering above you, you’ll spot hanging plants, minimalistic terrace furniture and a solar-lit stepping stone pathway in the private garden. Spotting the decked patio area, perfect for BBQs, you can already envision jerk chicken and garlic prawns on a stick. Simplistic and stylish white cabinets feature in the galley style kitchen complete with double glazed window, contemporary spotlights and a slim dishwasher. Both bedrooms are furnished with double beds, an inbuilt triple wardrobe with sliding doors in the master and two freestanding wardrobes in the second. Plentiful storage space can be found in the bathroom (perfect for storing all those toiletries you accidentally borrowed from that hotel in Barcelona last month) alongside the rather rare addition of two separate sinks.
Overlooking Wray Crescent Open Space on both sides of the apartment is an absolute blessing, allowing for a quiet night’s rest, calming views of nature and plenty of entertainment – game of table tennis, or maybe a bit of cricket anyone? You’re also spoilt for choice in terms of transport – you’re only 0.8 miles from Finsbury Park Station, Upper Holloway Station and Crouch Hill Station, there’s even a cheeky night bus stop just a 0.2 mile stumble away.