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image  Pages Lane, Muswell Hill, London, N10


image ££440,000

image 2 BEDROOMS
image 1 RECEPTION
image 1 BATHROOM
image Sold

Property Description

Paul Simon bring to market this stunning architecullay designed Two bedroom ground floor period mansion block apartment. The building dates to 1938 and built by the same developer that built Ruskin Park House. The property comprises of two double bedrooms, bright and spacious reception room with a round curved bay window, modern fitted kitchen, newly fitted bathroom suite and ample built in storage spaces. The property boasts high ceilings throughout as well parquet flooring in the main living and sleeping spaces, it is an ideal space for anyone looking for a unique flat in an outstanding location. Conveniently located only a short walk from Muswell Hill Broadway and its excellent selection of boutique shops, restaurants and bars. An array of bus services to Highgate underground station (Northern Line). Within the catchment of Fortismere secondary and Coldfall primary schools. Early viewing highly recommended!



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