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image  Hewitt Road, Harringay, London, N8

image ££925,000

image 3 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Sold

Property Description

Exceptional three double bedroom Victorian family home presented in excellent decorative order throughout. The property further features a south facing garden and is positioned on a prime N8 Ladder street, convenient to all local amenities. The accommodation is flexible and occupies 1340 Sq Ft, enjoying a host of tasteful features including tessellated tiled hallway entrance, four panelled pine doors, exposed wooden floors and tall ceilings with decorative mouldings. The ground floor level of this stylish home offers a guest w.c, attractive through lounge with exposed wooden floors and inter-connecting reception doors, high quality kitchen diner with ample room for a family dining table. On the upper floors there is a modern family bathroom with additional walk-in-shower, master bedroom and two further bedrooms. There is an option to further extend into the loft space increasing an extra two bedrooms.Transport links are close by with stations at Manor House, Turnpike Lane and Harringay BR to name just a few, all of which will provide you with efficient access in to Central London and the City. Sold with vacant possession


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