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image  Arcadian Gardens, Wood Green, London, N22

image ££485,000

image 2 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Sold

Property Description

Paul Simon offer For Sale this truly stunning two bedroom ground floor apartment with own private garden converted from a brick fronted semi-detached period property. Features include tessellated tiled hallway entrance, master bedroom to front with fitted wardrobes and large bay window, single bedroom with built in cupboard, modern fitted galley kitchen and separate dining area, rear reception room complimented with stripped wood floors, period fire place and original sash windows. There is a well cultivated south facing garden which includes a workshop and separate garden shed/bike store and overall the garden offers a sense of seclusion, great for relaxing. Due to the south facing aspect light flows throughout the back of this cheerful conversion. Further more this property includes side access and a Share of Freehold!Excellent access to local transport links including Bowes Park overland station (direct into Highbury and Islington and the 'City' Moorgate) as well as Wood Green tube station (Piccadilly line).


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