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image  Seymour Road, Harringay, London, N8

image ££539,950

image 2 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Sold

Property Description

A fine example of a beautifully presented and distinguished brick fronted two double bedroom first floor period conversion. The accommodation is split level occupying a sizable 853 Sq. Ft / 79 Sq. M and features neutral decor throughout. As you enter the first floor of this spacious and luxury apartment, you are greeted with a bright and airy kitchen diner and bathroom. Off the half landing is a double bedroom followed by the front reception room which features double glazed timber sash windows. Finally the top floor offers another double bedroom which was converted by the current owners and further includes a convenient shower room and additional loft space.Located at the summit of Seymour Road with great access to a range of amenities and facilities found on Green Lanes Harringay and Crouch End Broadway. Local transport links includes Turnpike Lane Underground Station (Piccadilly Line Zone 3), including Manor House Underground Station (Piccadilly Line Zone 2), Harringay Rail Station (to Kings Cross or Moorgate in less than 20 minutes), London Overground from Harringay Green Lanes as well as bus routes 141, 29 and 341.


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