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image  Warham Road, Harringay, London, N4


image ££935,000

image 4 BEDROOMS
image 2 RECEPTIONS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Under Offer

Property Description

Distinguished and well-presented four double bedroom character family home arranged over 1500 Sq. Ft, three floors and benefits from a peaceful and relaxing south facing rear garden.

This charming property hosts an array of period features throughout including wooden four paneled doors, exposed wooden floors, high ceilings with mouldings and sash cord windows.

Accommodation comprises; inter-connecting reception rooms with double doors, bright and airy kitchen diner, family bathroom, four great sized bedrooms and top floor shower room.

Warham Road is situated at the very heart of Harringay Green Lanes and at the mid-point on the Harringay Ladder, making easy access to all the local independent shops, cafes, bars and restaurants along Green Lanes. The property is also perfectly situated for a multitude of Transport links for fast access across London and the West End/City Via Manor House Underground Station (Piccadilly Line Zone 2), Harringay Rail Station (to Kings Cross or Moorgate in less than 20 minutes), London Overground from Harringay Green Lanes.

Sold with no onward chain.



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