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image  Lothair Road North, Finsbury Park, London, N4

image ££875,000

image 3 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Under Offer

Property Description

Distinguished brick fronted three double bedroom Victorian terrace situated on a peaceful residential enclave moments from the green spaces of Finsbury Park.

Planning permission has been granted by the current owners for a ground floor side-return extension and an L-shaped dormer loft conversion for two additional bedrooms including an en-suite shower room. This all comes with party wall agreements, building control and structural drawings for all which can be included as part of the sale.

Internally the property is arranged over arranged over 1256 Sq. Ft/ 116.7 Sq. M adn include some traditional period features. The through lounge enjoys a front south facing aspect, creating a light and airy feel. There is a fitted kitchen diner with integrated appliances and access to a useful cellar.

Lothair Road North is located at the southern end of the Harringay Ladder and conveniently located for the bars and restaurants of Stroud Green and Green Lanes, Harringay and fantastic transport links all within short walking distance via Finsbury Park station (Victoria Line, Piccadilly Line and National Rail), Manor House Tube station (Piccadilly Line) and Harringay Green Lanes Overground station. Sold chain free!


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