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Digby Crescent, London, N4

5 bedroom house in London

£1,500,000 Freehold

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Set on this desirable tree lined Cul -de-Sac minutes from the open spaces of Clissold Park is this magnificent 5-bedroom Victorian family house with potential to extend SSPP. Set over four floors, the property offers the perfect blend of contemporary living space while retaining many of the property's original features from fireplaces to sash windows. The ground floor benefits from a generous double reception room with high ceilings and a generous sized family kitchen with direct access onto an 8m x 11m private garden with side access. On the first floor there is a fantastic sized master bedroom and a second double bedroom, upon the half landing is a modern family bathroom. On the top floor there are a further 3 bedrooms including an office space and a full-sized loft.
Digby Crescent is renowned as a neighbourly and family friendly street (it has its own facebook page) and is perfectly situated for the amenities of the prestigious Highbury Barn and Blackstock Road. The green open spaces of Clissold Park and the bars and restaurants of the vibrant Stoke Newington Church St are also close by. Transport Links are well serviced with Arsenal (Piccadilly Line) and Finsbury Park (Victoria and Piccadilly Line and National Rail direct to Moorgate) both within a short distance. There are also several great bus links taking you into the City and West End.

Inside Highbury

from a local eye view

In the area

With Victorian and Edwardian homes lining the streets in this beautiful corner of the Borough of Islington, Highbury is filled with character and charm. It’s great transport links into the City and central London along with an abundance of shops, restaurants and bars close at hand mean there’s something for everyone and it’s no surprise the area is popular with celebrities, politicians, lawyers and media types.

More about the Area

What's popular in Highbury?

  • The Highbury Barn

    The Highbury Barn serves food and has a big screen for sporting events.

  • Primeur

    This Highbury garage turned eatery has a daily changing menu and is well worth a trip

  • Trullo

    This classic Italian restaurant offers a simple, seasonally focused, Italian inspired menu that changes daily.

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Set on this desirable tree lined Cul -de-Sac minutes from the open spaces of Clissold Park is this magnificent 5-bedroom Victorian family house with potential to extend SSPP. Set over four floors, the property offers the perfect blend of contemporary living space while retaining many of the property's original features from fireplaces to sash windows. The ground floor benefits from a generous double reception room with high ceilings and a generous sized family kitchen with direct access onto an 8m x 11m private garden with side access. On the first floor there is a fantastic sized master bedroom and a second double bedroom, upon the half landing is a modern family bathroom. On the top floor there are a further 3 bedrooms including an office space and a full-sized loft.
Digby Crescent is renowned as a neighbourly and family friendly street (it has its own facebook page) and is perfectly situated for the amenities of the prestigious Highbury Barn and Blackstock Road. The green open spaces of Clissold Park and the bars and restaurants of the vibrant Stoke Newington Church St are also close by. Transport Links are well serviced with Arsenal (Piccadilly Line) and Finsbury Park (Victoria and Piccadilly Line and National Rail direct to Moorgate) both within a short distance. There are also several great bus links taking you into the City and West End.

Live like a local

  • Finsbury Park
  • Finsbury Park
  • Manor House
  • Arsenal
  • Drayton Park
  • Harringay Green Lanes

With Victorian and Edwardian homes lining the streets in this beautiful corner of the Borough of Islington, Highbury is filled with character and charm. It’s great transport links into the City and central London along with an abundance of shops, restaurants and bars close at hand mean there’s something for everyone and it’s no surprise the area is popular with celebrities, politicians, lawyers and media types.

  • Primeur

    This Highbury garage turned eatery has a daily changing menu and is well worth a trip

  • The Highbury Barn

    The Highbury Barn serves food and has a big screen for sporting events.

  • Trullo

    This classic Italian restaurant offers a simple, seasonally focused, Italian inspired menu that changes daily.

Contact Highbury

Winkworth Highbury

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Latitude: 51.563458 Longitude: -0.096579