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image  Abbotsford Avenue, South Tottenham, London, N15

image ££730,000

image 3 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Sold

Property Description

Character rich three double bedroom Victorian family home which is positioned on a peaceful tree lined residential street moments from the "Green Flagged" Chestnuts Park.

The property retains many original period features from fireplaces, four pannelled doors, exposed wooden floors and ceiling moldings.

Features include through lounge with double glazed sash bay window to front and period fireplace, this leads to a modern and well-proportioned kitchen dinning area, ideal for a large family or if you like entertaining. There is also a useful cellar that runs beneath the hallway entrance. The first floor enjoys three generous bedrooms all of which are neatly decorated. There is also sizable bathroom with a roll top bath and separate shower. Finally there is the wonderful south facing garden.

Abbotsford Road is a quiet and sought after residential street, with everything on your doorstop including diverse shops, bars and restaurants and supermarkets of Green Lanes. Nearest transport can be found at either Turnpike Lane or Seven Sisters tube stations as well as Green Lanes and Harringay BR stations. Numerous bus routes can be found locally. The property is also within catchment for Chestnut Primary School.


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