Nestled amongst a collection of attractive streets is this four bedroom mid-terrace family home, moments from Finsbury Park. The property boasts 1732 Sq.Ft/160 Sq. M of accommodation and arranged over numerous levels. Presented in superb condition with an abundance of original period features throughout including, sash windows, ceiling mouldings and feature fireplaces. Internally this beautiful property benefits from a spacious through lounge, bespoke fitted kitchen dining area which is connected to a bright and airy conservatory with bi-folding windows. The basement level features a spare double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and utility room/office. There are three further double bedrooms on the upper levels along with a family bathroom which includes a roll top bath and walk-in-shower. The top floor bedroom features its own en-suite shower room. Further benefits include a relaxing and mature rear South West facing garden along with a neatly presented front garden area which includes bicycle storage with secure fixing points. Venetia road is conveniently located for the bars and restaurants of Stroud Green and Green Lanes, Harringay and fantastic transport links all within short walking distance via Finsbury Park, Manor House Tube station (Piccadilly Line) and Harringay Green Lanes Overground station.Sellers Thoughts:We have loved living on Venetia Road for the past six years. We have lovely neighbours, the park on our door step, the wonderful grocery shops and restaurants on green lanes a two minute walk away and the convenience of Sainsburys and the shopping centre just around the corner. The house has been a joy to live in, with its original Victorian features, light airy rooms, sun-drenched garden and high quality finishes. Few things beat coming into the house from the hustle and bustle of Green Lanes with a bag of fresh locally-bought groceries, opening the large bi-folding doors to the garden and having a barbecue in the sun in the quiet oasis of our garden.
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