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image  Wightman Road, Harringay, London, N4


image ££799,995

image 4 BEDROOMS
image 2 BATHROOMS
image For Sale

Property Description

Deceptive four bedroom Victorian family home enjoys a 52 ft rear garden and is positioned on Wightman road ideal for Harringay BR main line into Kings Cross.The accommodation is flexible and offers potenical for a side return extension, turning this space into a superb kitchen diner, great for entertaining! The ground floor level of this spacious home boasts a useful cellar, bright and airy through lounge with high ceilings, 19ft kitchen diner, utility room and guest w.c. The first floor floors include a newly fitted shower room, three further double bedrooms and a top floor family bathroom and bedroom to the rear overlooking the garden. 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.



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