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image  Cranbrook Park, Wood Green, London, N22


image ££624,995

image 3 BEDROOMS
image 2 RECEPTIONS
image 1 BATHROOM
image For Sale

Property Description

Paul Simon offer this attractively spacious three bedroom Victorian terrace presented in good decorative order and further features a south facing garden. In excess of 1146 Sq. Ft/106 Sq. M. this period home retains some of its original features including; period fireplace, original ceiling mouldings and sash cord windows. Comprising; through lounge, fitted kitchen diner, a cellar which offers potential to create further space (STPP). The first floor is complimented with three bedrooms, family bathroom and large loft space ideal for a fourth bedroom.Transport links are superb; Wood Green tube station (Piccadilly Line) is within just 200m and Alexandra Palace mainline station (into Finsbury Park - Kings Cross and Moorgate) is also located nearby.



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In the latter half of the 19th century Wood Green was part of Tottenham. Originally virtually all woodland it was known as Tottenham Wood. Wood Gre... read more.

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