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image  Stuart Crescent, Wood Green, London, N22

image ££389,000

Property Description

Paul Simon offer for sale this lovely and spacious two bedroom duplex apartment. The property offers a large reception room with ample space to dine, fitted kitchen, two large double bedrooms, one with a private balcony and bathroom with separate WC.Further benefits include gas central heating, double glazing, communal garden and an allocated gated underground car parking space. That in itself is a rarity and bonus, not to mention the wonderful views of Alexandra Palace. Stuart Crescent is within easy reach of the green open spaces of Alexandra Park, with many local shops and amenities also nearby in Wood Green where you will find the Shopping Mall, 2 Cinema complexes, amazing eateries, restaurants, and the Chocolate Factory. The closest transport link is Wood Green Underground Station and also Alexandra Palace Overground St. The property is being sold chain free and has a 95 year lease. For viewings, please call and speak to one of our sales team.

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