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image  Wightman Road, London, N4

image ££1,000,000

Property Description

Paul Simon are delighted to offer for sale this stunning four-bedroom bay fronted Victorian mid-terrace house, that offers astonishing views of the surrounding area with a 60 ft. (approx.) rear garden.
The property has been refurbished to an exceptional standard with benefits including high quality designer kitchen and bathroom fittings while keeping the original period appeal.
Arranged over 2304 Sq. Ft, the property benefits from two reception rooms, kitchen/diner that leads out to a desirable rear garden, downstairs guest W.C, cellar, spectacular family bathroom, four double bedrooms with two benefiting from an en-suite.
Offering access to the open green spaces of Finsbury Park, Wightman Road is positioned off Endymion Road and offers a diverse variety of local restaurants, cafes and grocers. Transportation nearby includes Manor House Underground Station (Piccadilly Line Zone 2), Harringay Rail Station (to Kings Cross or Moorgate in less than 20 minutes) as well as London Overground from Harringay Green Lanes. Sole Agent!


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