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image  Balmore Street, Dartmouth Park, London, N19

image ££725,000

# 29688222

image 2 bedrooms
image 1 reception
image 2 bathrooms
image For Sale


 Two Double Bedrooms
 Large Lounge
 Kitchen Breakfast Room
 Wet Room
 South West Facing Terrace
 Engineered Oak Wood Flooring
 Triple Glazed Windows

Property Description

Forming part of this award winning Passivhaus development (completed 2014) and set within the Dartmouth Park Conservation Area and close to the numerous shops and cafes of Swains Lane, we offer for sale this two double bedroom, two bathroom maisonette with south west facing terrace, large lounge and kitchen breakfast room. Built to a high specification and exacting Passivhaus construction standards the property offers such benefits as Kahrs Oak Winchester engineered timber flooring, Internorm thermo Passiv triple glazed windows and a Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery System. The property enjoys plenty of natural light throughout and is located to the South of Highgate Cemetery, just a short walk to the wonderful open spaces of Parliament Hill Fields. VIRTUAL TOUR AVAILABLE ON REQUEST

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