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image  Oakfield Road, Crouch End, London, N4


image ££525,000

# 28077831

image 2 bedrooms
image 1 reception
image 1 bathroom
image Sold

Features

 Own Separate Entrance
 Fully Refurbished Throughout
 High Spec Fixtures and Fittings
 Living Room open to...
 Newly Fitted Kitchen
 Two Double Bedrooms
 Newly Fitted Bathroom
 Working Fireplace

Property Description

A newly refurbished and beautifully finished two double bedroom conversion with its own entrance occupying the first floor of a handsome semi detached Victorian property. Naturally bright, with high ceilings and wooden floors throughout, the flat is a stylish blend of charming period features, essential high quality contemporary fixtures and an abundance of storage. Ideally located a short walk from the shops, restaurants, bars and cinemas of Crouch End Broadway, the property is also minutes from Harringay station, providing direct links to Moorgate and the Piccadilly/Victorian lines via Finsbury Park and Highbury and Islington. Oakfield Road is a leafy residential street in close proximity to the green spaces of the Parkland Walk and Finsbury Park, and the highly sought-after St Aidan's Primary School. Share of Freehold.



mjs@matthewjames.co.uk

02072844343

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