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image  Morteyne Road, Tottenham, London, N17

image ££455,000

image 2 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Sold

Property Description

Occupying the corner plot is this striking End of Terrace two bedroom freehold cottage. Presented in excellent decorative order the property boasts plenty of natural light through stunning original timber framed sash windows and a south facing garden!Accommodation comprises of an open plan reception room, an extended kitchen diner, a second ground floor reception room which can easily be used as a third double bedroom, two upstairs double bedrooms, an upstairs bathroom / w.c. and a south facing 25ft rear garden. The Tower Gardens Conservation area features in the Open House London architectural event due to the beautiful design of these early 20th century Arts and Craft homes. It is well placed for access to both Wood Green and Turnpike Lane Underground stations (Zone 3 Piccadilly Line) and Bruce Grove Overground station (20 Mins to Liverpool Street St). Nearby attractions within a few minutes walk include the open recreational spaces of Bruce Castle Park and the Lordship Recreation Ground. Local amenities include a nearby Sainsbury’s Local and a Sainsbury’s Superstore beside the newly redeveloped Tottenham Hotspur stadium and surrounding area. There are several good independent restaurants in the area including San Marco Italian restaurant, The Beehive and The Westbury gastropubs.


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