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image  Carlingford Road, Turnpike Lane, London, N15

image ££799,950

image 3 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Sold

Property Description

Stunning interior designed three double bedroom Victorian terrace with south facing garden and located within close proximity to Turnpike Lane. Features include a beautiful hallway entrance with original ceiling mouldings and exposed wooden floors, inter-connecting reception rooms with large dividing four panelled doors and ornate fire places, useful cellar for storage, 19ft rustic and light filled kitchen diner, three double bedrooms, classic bathroom room with roll top bath and separate w.c. There is a well cultivated south facing garden exceeding 100ft and complimented with a mature selection of fruit trees, vegetable patch and workshop/cabin. Overall the garden offers a sense of seclusion, great for relaxing. Carlingford Road forms part of a highly regarded collection of Victorian streets that run off Green Lanes. The road itself is peaceful and tree lined with a strong community spirit and a great selection of family houses and period conversions. Transport links at both Turnpike Lane and Hornsey BR are within easy reach, and the bus station at Turnpike Lane offers alternative selection of routes into Central London. Local nurseries and schools are within close proximity while the award winning Downhills Park and DuckettÂ’s Common are both just a short stroll away.


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