Paul Simon are delighted to offer for sale this beautifully presented 1/2 bedroom ground floor split-level period conversion. Set within a distinguished three storey Victorian terrace, this is a unique property, rare to the market, which oozes charm and original features as well as bespoke design touches throughout that give every space a real wow factor.The property encompasses 895sqft of flexible living space as well as a private 60ft south facing landscaped garden. With high ceilings, original stained glass windows and ornate ceiling roses this is a home which offers a wealth of character.The dining room which links to the kitchen can be easily adapted to create another double bedroom or reception room to form a two-bedroom apartment. The current owners have recently landscaped the garden into a peaceful and relaxing oasis featuring a low-maintenance automated irrigation system and substantial home office ideal for all sorts of facilities. The stylish and luxury family bathroom features under floor heating, free-standing roll top bath, walk-in shower and double wash hand basins. There is fantastic scope for a large modern single-storey extension should any buyer wish to add further space, proving an ideal opportunity to develop in the future (subject to planning permission).Belmont Road is well positioned for Transport links via both Turnpike Lane and Seven Sisters underground stations. In addition, local buses offer multiple routes to both East and Central London. Well regarded nurseries and schools are within close proximity while the choice of three superb parks including the award-winning Downhills Park are all just a short stroll away. Amenities including high-street stores, supermarkets and restaurants & bars are all within walking distance via Green Lanes, Wood Green and Tottenham Hale which offers great transports links to Stansted Airport.
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