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image  Stanhope Gardens, Harringay, London, N4

image ££859,950

image 5 BEDROOMS
image For Sale

Property Description

Attractive and characterful five double bedroom bay fronted Victorian terrace offering great space (1452 sq.ft/ 134 sq.m) with high ceilings, timber double glazed sash windows and fireplaces. This period property is tastefully decorated throughout and provides a modern and light living space which is ideal for any growing family. The property is positioned towards the top of Stanhope Gardens, a quiet and peaceful location with little traffic, easy access to local parks and within the catchment area for Chestnuts Primary School.The sellers says: We have really enjoyed living here as a family. The property has a larger than average garden and offers an additional potential benefit to easily add a side return extension increasing the kitchen dining room into a superb entertaining space- which next door have recently completed. The property is versatile for all day to day needs and offers the option to increase space for the future.Ground floor living space comprises: - Guest w.c., south facing through lounge, fitted kitchen diner with relaxing views of the garden. The first floor is complemented with three double bedrooms and modern family bathroom. The top floor is the most recent addition, boasting two further double bedrooms with the larger of the two featuring its own en-suite bathroom and shower. Stanhope Gardens, is a popular N4 street favourably located for access to all local restaurants, vibrant cafes and grocery stores along Harringay Green Lanes and is a short walk to the green open spaces of Chestnuts Park and Finsbury Park. Nearest Stations can be found at Harringay Green Lanes / Harringay BR (overground) as well as Manor House tube - (Piccadilly line).


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