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image  Falkland Road, Harringay, London, N8

image ££599,950

image 3 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Under Offer

Property Description

Superb three bedroom first floor Victorian conversion situated on a prime N8 Ladder street which is neatly presented throughout and offers in excess of over 1000 Sq Ft. Arranged over three levels this flat effortlessly blends original character and contemporary design with a large bright south facing kitchen diner with access via an external staircase to a shared south facing garden (which could be divided) and your own cellar. From the kitchen there is a bathroom and two further bedrooms followed by a large front reception room with original sash windows. As you make your way to the top of the property you are greeted with a bright and airy loft conversion including an en-suite shower room. Superb Location on the Ladder with convenient access to transport links and Parks. Crouch End Broadway and Green Lanes Harringay are both just a short walk providing a great selection of restaurants, coffee shops and pubs. Nearby transport links are at Turnpike Lane underground as well as Hornsey BR proving efficient access into central London and the city.


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