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image  Willingdon Road, Wood Green, London, N22

image ££399,950

image 2 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image For Sale

Property Description

**CASH BUYERS ONLY** This well-presented, generously proportioned), airy two-bedroom apartment is situated on a quiet street and boasts high ceilings and double glazed windows throughout. Accessed via a communal entrance, it features two generous-sized double bedrooms, one with a stunning period fireplace. The bathroom and kitchen are both finished to a high standard, and the kitchen and lounge are both positioned to the rear of the building, which offers an ideal space for entertaining and relaxing. French windows lead to a patio and well-maintained private rear garden. Willingdon Road is a quiet residential street with its own excellent gastro pub, The Westbury, and within easy reach of Alexandra Palace and Muswell Hill, which offer an vast array of restaurants, shops and green spaces. Russell Park is a short stroll away, while Lordship Park and the award-winning Downhills Park are only 5/10 minutes walk away. The nearest tube station, Turnpike Lane, Piccadilly Line Zone 3, is just a 5 minute walk away and offers 24-hr hour access to central London. The price reflects a lease of 66 years. The sellers will offer to serve a section 42 notice allowing any Incoming buyer to extend the lease once they have purchased the property.


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