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image  Umfreville Road, Harringay, London, N4

image ££850,000

image 4 BEDROOMS
image Under Offer

Property Description

Character four bedroom bay fronted Victorian Semi-Detached, located on the highly desirable Harringay Ladder. Features include - high ceilings with some orginal mouldings, arranged over three levels and in excess of 1667 Sq Ft./154 Sq M. The property would benefit from some cosmetic improvment throughout.Accommodation comprises: double reception room, fitted kitchen diner, four double bedrooms, two bathrooms, WC and rear garden with gated side access.The property is positioned towards the upper end of Umfreville Road with convenient access to Manor House Underground St (Piccadilly Line - Zone 2) as well as Harringay BR both providing efficient access in to Central London and the City. Green Lanes Harringay with its superb selection of restaurants and coffee shops is within a few minutesÂ’ walk while Finsbury Park is also just a short stroll. Sold Chain Free!


Harringay situated in North London positioned between the northern boundary of Finsbury Park and the southern boundary of Duckett’s Common. H... read more.

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