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image  Park Ridings, Hornsey, London, N8

image ££799,950

image 4 BEDROOMS
image For Sale

Property Description

Striking four-bedroom, Victorian terrace house with generous rear garden, ideally situated within close proximity to Turnpike Lane Underground and Hornsey Rail Station.Set over three floors, this property provides 1356 sq. ft/ 126 sq. m of elegant living accommodation with ample entertaining space. Having been recently renovated by the current owners, this delightful period home features neutral decor throughout and benefits from a complete re-wire, re-plumb and installation of a new boiler, central heating and alarm system. The modern kitchen dining room leads directly through bi-folding doors to the private South East facing garden while the through lounge is finished to an extremely high standard. The upper floors feature; four double bedrooms and one shower and bathroom on each floor. Prime residential location with immediate access to the High Street shops of Wood Green, contemporary bars and restaurants on Green Lanes and fast links to the City and West End from Turnpike Lane Underground Station. A short bus journey away are Crouch End Broadway and Muswell Hill which are populated with independent shops and bars as well as the green spaces of Priory Park. Sold Chain Free!


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