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image  Warham Road, Harringay, London, N4

image ££775,000

image 3 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Under Offer

Property Description

Paul Simon offer For Sale this three double bedroom bay-fronted, Victorian, mid-terrace situated on the fashionable 'Harringay Ladder'. Positioned on the favoured end of this sought after road offering bundles of character & charm. The property requires modernisation throughout and is an ideal opportunity to refurbish to one's own individual taste & restore to its original glory. In addition, an added benefit is a south facing garden. Local Primary Schools are close by as are fantastic shopping and transport amenities. Warham Road offers access to the open spaces of Finsbury Park as well as the shops and restaurants of Green Lanes and Stroud Green which includes the local gem Moka. **SOLE AGENTS**CHAIN FREETo avoid disappointment, call now on 020 8800 1177 to arrange a viewing.


Harringay situated in North London positioned between the northern boundary of Finsbury Park and the southern boundary of Duckett’s Common. H... read more.

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