Paul Simon are delighted to present for sale this beautiful four bedroom terraced family home set in a period property.Presented in wonderful condition, the house has been refurbished and modernised throughout and offers great living accommodation. The property comprises of a front reception room with a wonderful feature fireplace, double glass doors opening onto an extended and extremely well-proportioned open-plan kitchen/dining room. This makes for great entertaining. Just some of the benefits in the kitchen include, integrated appliances, granite worktop, large kitchen island with storage and seating area.The first floor has the benefit of three bedrooms, two with fitted wardrobes and a tiled three piece family bathroom. On the top floor, a loft conversion has been added which benefits from both a luxury en-suite shower room and a walk-in wardrobe.The house has double gazing and gas central heating throughout and also has wooden flooring on the ground floor. Also on the ground floor, there is a guest cloakroom.The beautiful well-kept garden has decking, a manicured lawned area, paving, storage, flower borders and an outside tap.Located on the highly desirable 'Scotch Estate', it is set on a quiet cul-de-sac road positioned close to the amenities in Wood Green.Conveniently situated close to Wood Green Underground Station (Piccadilly Line, Zone 3 with 24 hour running over weekends) and also great road links to both the A406 (North Circular Rd) & A10 (Great Cambridge Rd).Less than 10 mins walk away is the Shopping City/High Rd with its huge array of facilities including 2 Cinema complex's, restaurants to suit all tastes, bars, cafes, gyms and of course the huge selection of branded and independent High St shops.There is a good selection of local primary and secondary schools in the area. Just 1 minute away is a bowling green and tennis courts. The beautiful open park spaces of Alexandra Palace are within walking distance. Sold chain free.
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