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Wood Street, High Barnet, Herts, EN5

3 bedroom house in High Barnet

£900,000 Freehold

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The only way to appreciate this Grade II listed period home is to see it yourself. Set within Barnet's conservation area which is steeped in history, this house has been beautifully renovated to make the most of the original features.

Inside you'll find period fireplaces, feature beams and brand new carpet in many of the rooms. There are two reception rooms, a gorgeous - suitably modern kitchen, a study, utility room and cloakroom downstairs. Three bedrooms can be found upstairs along with two bathrooms and an additional separate wc.

To the rear is a garden to enjoy a sunny day and we've been advised an agreement for off street parking for two cars has been arranged, for an annual sum.

There's a great selection of highly regarded schools in the surrounding vicinity and the amenities of the High Street are just a few minutes’ walk away, with shops, cafes, restaurants and bus links. High Barnet tube gives access into Central London, and The Old Courthouse Park nearby offers free-to-use tennis courts, a children’s play area, bowling green and cafe.

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Inside Barnet

from a local eye view

In the area

Thirty-five minutes from Central London and with a massive selection of schools to offer, it's pretty easy to see why Barnet is popular. Steeped in history its bustling High Street and green open spaces seen from every hilltop, make it a very pleasant place to live.

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The only way to appreciate this Grade II listed period home is to see it yourself. Set within Barnet's conservation area which is steeped in history, this house has been beautifully renovated to make the most of the original features.

Inside you'll find period fireplaces, feature beams and brand new carpet in many of the rooms. There are two reception rooms, a gorgeous - suitably modern kitchen, a study, utility room and cloakroom downstairs. Three bedrooms can be found upstairs along with two bathrooms and an additional separate wc.

To the rear is a garden to enjoy a sunny day and we've been advised an agreement for off street parking for two cars has been arranged, for an annual sum.

There's a great selection of highly regarded schools in the surrounding vicinity and the amenities of the High Street are just a few minutes’ walk away, with shops, cafes, restaurants and bus links. High Barnet tube gives access into Central London, and The Old Courthouse Park nearby offers free-to-use tennis courts, a children’s play area, bowling green and cafe.

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Live like a local

  • High Barnet
  • New Barnet
  • Hadley Wood
  • Totteridge & Whetstone
  • Oakleigh Park
  • Cockfosters

Thirty-five minutes from Central London and with a massive selection of schools to offer, it's pretty easy to see why Barnet is popular. Steeped in history its bustling High Street and green open spaces seen from every hilltop, make it a very pleasant place to live.

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