Calming pastel blue paint and classic London brick catches your eye on arrival to this end-of-terrace Victorian property, piquing your curiosity with a light and airy reception room, a tastefully decorated double bedroom, and access to a spacious share of the garden.
Two wondrous original sash windows welcome exceptional levels of natural light to the impressively sized reception room, with the luxurious L-shaped sofa in the corner calling out your name to be relaxed upon with a good book, Irish coffee, and Snuggie in tow. Deep red tiles festoon the beautiful Victorian fireplace here, flanked on either side by inbuilt cabinetry and floating shelves. Adjacent is the bathroom, featuring an oceanic colour palette of Victorian-style tiling beside the full-sized bath and across the splashback of the integrated washbasin. Across the hallway is an inbuilt cupboard, ideal for storing clunky vacuum cleaners, oversized suitcases, and puffy winter jackets. Next door is the eat-in kitchen, furnished with an adorable wooden dinette for two and fitted with beech wooden cabinetry, a wood-framed sash window, and original wooden floorboards. Towards the rear of the property is the double bedroom, where you’ll find a floor-to-ceiling inbuilt double wardrobe and a pair of minimalist white floating shelves to match, illuminated by the sunlight pouring in through two sash windows. Last on the tour is the garden, strewn with delightfully low-maintenance pebbles and boasting tall trees that tower above you, providing a leafy shaded canopy once the Great British Summer returns.
Residing just around the corner from Wray Crescent Open Space 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 just 0.7 miles from Finsbury Park Station, offering direct access to the Victoria, Piccadilly, and National Rail lines.