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Gladsmuir Road, Whitehall Park, London, N19

3 bedroom flat/apartment in Whitehall Park

£999,950 Share of freehold

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An outstanding three bedroom split-level conversion with a garden, terrace and amazing views.

If you appreciate space, style, character and an incredible view then stop and look no further. Although this is an apartment it actually has the feel of a house because it's big, arranged over two floors and has private outside spaces. This is a special home for many reasons, not only because of what's inside (the interior is absolutely first class, especially the kitchen and bathroom as you'll see) but also because of what there is on the outside. Not only is there a private section of rear garden but also a large south east facing roof terrace from which the views over London are jaw-dropping, an ideal spot to enjoy a morning coffee or glass of wine after a long day with a phenomenal backdrop to admire.

Directions
Gladsmuir Road forms part of the highly-regarded Whitehall Park Conservation Area and is quietly located south of Hornsey Lane. Various open spaces such as The Parkland Walk and Waterlow Park are close-by as is the tube station at Archway and there is selection of useful local shops within a short walk.

Location
Gladsmuir Road forms an integral part of Whitehall Park, a Victorian estate which was granted Conservation Area status in order to protect its appeal as a place of special architectural interest.

Highgate Village, Lauderdale House and the grounds of Waterlow Park are all within easy reach whilst the tube at Archway (Northern Line Zone 2) is within a quarter of a mile.

Inside Highgate

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In the area

Sitting high on a hill over looking the Capital, with the bustle of central London just a stone's throw away, and glorious Hampstead Heath right on our doorstep, it's easy to see how Highgate got its reputation as London's 'green lung', (a phrase coined by violinist, humanist and Highgate Society patron Yehudi Menuhin). Highgate's excellent position and unique character has attracted artists and creative types throughout its history, from Dickens, TS Eliot and Betjeman, to George Michael, Victoria Wood and Sting. Highgate is a real London village, but in place of the pretence of comparable areas, you'll find a relaxed, almost bohemian atmosphere. Yes, there are fine houses but without the Mayfair millionaire prices. We also boast great schools and a rich cultural scene and good shops to boot, within the village or within easy reach. All of which makes Highgate the ideal place for working people and couples, families, empty nesters and retirees.

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  • Le Pain Quotidien

    Le Pain Quotidien is a fantastic bakery with stores around the world, serving delicious breads and pastries as well as food to eat in the restaurant area, including plates of charcuterie, sandwiches and salads.

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An outstanding three bedroom split-level conversion with a garden, terrace and amazing views.

If you appreciate space, style, character and an incredible view then stop and look no further. Although this is an apartment it actually has the feel of a house because it's big, arranged over two floors and has private outside spaces. This is a special home for many reasons, not only because of what's inside (the interior is absolutely first class, especially the kitchen and bathroom as you'll see) but also because of what there is on the outside. Not only is there a private section of rear garden but also a large south east facing roof terrace from which the views over London are jaw-dropping, an ideal spot to enjoy a morning coffee or glass of wine after a long day with a phenomenal backdrop to admire.

Directions
Gladsmuir Road forms part of the highly-regarded Whitehall Park Conservation Area and is quietly located south of Hornsey Lane. Various open spaces such as The Parkland Walk and Waterlow Park are close-by as is the tube station at Archway and there is selection of useful local shops within a short walk.

Location
Gladsmuir Road forms an integral part of Whitehall Park, a Victorian estate which was granted Conservation Area status in order to protect its appeal as a place of special architectural interest.

Highgate Village, Lauderdale House and the grounds of Waterlow Park are all within easy reach whilst the tube at Archway (Northern Line Zone 2) is within a quarter of a mile.

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Sitting high on a hill over looking the Capital, with the bustle of central London just a stone's throw away, and glorious Hampstead Heath right on our doorstep, it's easy to see how Highgate got its reputation as London's 'green lung', (a phrase coined by violinist, humanist and Highgate Society patron Yehudi Menuhin). Highgate's excellent position and unique character has attracted artists and creative types throughout its history, from Dickens, TS Eliot and Betjeman, to George Michael, Victoria Wood and Sting. Highgate is a real London village, but in place of the pretence of comparable areas, you'll find a relaxed, almost bohemian atmosphere. Yes, there are fine houses but without the Mayfair millionaire prices. We also boast great schools and a rich cultural scene and good shops to boot, within the village or within easy reach. All of which makes Highgate the ideal place for working people and couples, families, empty nesters and retirees.

  • Le Pain Quotidien

    Le Pain Quotidien is a fantastic bakery with stores around the world, serving delicious breads and pastries as well as food to eat in the restaurant area, including plates of charcuterie, sandwiches and salads.

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