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image  Duckett Road, Harringay, London, N4

image ££1,000,000

image 5 BEDROOMS
image Sold

Property Description

As the vendors exclusive agents Paul Simon offer to the market this character five bedroom, brick fronted Victorian terrace located on the highly desirable Harringay Ladder. Features include; period front door with stained glass inserts, beautiful ceiling mouldings, south facing through lounge with exposed wooden floors and pine four panelled doors. The property spans over three levels offering a full width basement. The property boasts approximately 1500 sq. ft/139 Sq M, thus offering an ideal space for a growing family! Accommodation comprises: Grand hallway entrance with high ceilings, inter-connecting reception rooms, fitted kitchen diner, basement, five bedrooms, family bathroom, top floor shower room and 40ft garden. The property is positioned at the upper end of Duckett Road with convenient access to Manor House Underground St (Piccadilly Line - Zone 2) as well as Harringay and Harringay Green Lanes rail stations all providing efficient access in to Central London and the City. Green Lanes Harringay with its superb selection of restaurants and coffee shops is within a few minutesÂ’ walk while Finsbury Park is also just a short stroll.


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