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Old School Court, Drapers Road, N17

1 bedroom flat/apartment

Guide price £354,995 Leasehold

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  • Grade II listed  |  Allocated Parking  |  Double bedrooms  |  Open plan living space  |  Bathroom  |  Gated development  |  Communal courtyard  |  Close To Transport Links

This delightful one bedroom apartment forms part of a highly sought after conversion of a magnificent Victorian built Grade II listed former school.

Sole Agent

Originally built in 1848 and established as The Drapers College for Boys in the late Victorian era, this Grade II listed building was comprehensively redesigned in 1998 to create a magnificent residential development.

This attractive apartment is set on the top floor of the development and provides a peaceful and charming living space. Accommodation is approx 542sq ft with a lovely open plan kitchen reception room, large double bedroom with wood floors and sash windows and a modern bathroom. This flat is the perfect first time buyer pad for those looking to get onto the London property ladder.

Well connected by road and rail to the City and West End, with attractive housing stock and green spaces, Tottenham and Seven Sisters is currently undergoing an exciting and transformative regeneration programme and has been announced as the preferred route for Crossrail 2.

The area has become a hive of creativity and an increasingly popular neighbourhood amongst young professionals and families. You will notice a burgeoning selection of new independent coffee shops, pubs and restaurants opening up.

While you're researching the local area, please check out The High Cross pub which is directly opposite Old School Court, Craving Coffee on Markfield Road, Blighty India Café on the High Road and True Craft on West Green Road.

There is a real community spirit and residents get involved with all property matters. Old School Court is a secure gated development and it remains well kept and maintained meticulously all year round. During the summer months, residents often get together for BBQ's in the communal courtyard.

The Regeneration Project:
https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/regeneration/regeneration-project-tottenham


Sellers Thoughts:

"I love living in such a beautiful old building. It’s so different to what you would normally find, and I like that so many of the original features have been kept. The neighbours are friendly and there is a nice community feel to the building. In terms of convenience you can’t really beat it, it’s really easy to get around everywhere. Everything I need locally is within walking distance and having the train and tube so close makes my commute short".


Please contact the sales department at Winkworth Harringay office to arrange an appointment to view 020 8800 5151-harringay@winkworth.co.uk

Winkworth.co.uk

Your local independently owned property agency with a network of 61 London offices.

Est. 1835

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Harringay is an increasingly popular hotspot amongst urban trendsetters due to its close proximity to the West End and City, attractive Victorian streets, generous open green spaces and a burgeoning array of lively restaurants, cafes and coffee shops.

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This delightful one bedroom apartment forms part of a highly sought after conversion of a magnificent Victorian built Grade II listed former school.

Sole Agent

Originally built in 1848 and established as The Drapers College for Boys in the late Victorian era, this Grade II listed building was comprehensively redesigned in 1998 to create a magnificent residential development.

This attractive apartment is set on the top floor of the development and provides a peaceful and charming living space. Accommodation is approx 542sq ft with a lovely open plan kitchen reception room, large double bedroom with wood floors and sash windows and a modern bathroom. This flat is the perfect first time buyer pad for those looking to get onto the London property ladder.

Well connected by road and rail to the City and West End, with attractive housing stock and green spaces, Tottenham and Seven Sisters is currently undergoing an exciting and transformative regeneration programme and has been announced as the preferred route for Crossrail 2.

The area has become a hive of creativity and an increasingly popular neighbourhood amongst young professionals and families. You will notice a burgeoning selection of new independent coffee shops, pubs and restaurants opening up.

While you're researching the local area, please check out The High Cross pub which is directly opposite Old School Court, Craving Coffee on Markfield Road, Blighty India Café on the High Road and True Craft on West Green Road.

There is a real community spirit and residents get involved with all property matters. Old School Court is a secure gated development and it remains well kept and maintained meticulously all year round. During the summer months, residents often get together for BBQ's in the communal courtyard.

The Regeneration Project:
https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/regeneration/regeneration-project-tottenham


Sellers Thoughts:

"I love living in such a beautiful old building. It’s so different to what you would normally find, and I like that so many of the original features have been kept. The neighbours are friendly and there is a nice community feel to the building. In terms of convenience you can’t really beat it, it’s really easy to get around everywhere. Everything I need locally is within walking distance and having the train and tube so close makes my commute short".


Please contact the sales department at Winkworth Harringay office to arrange an appointment to view 020 8800 5151-harringay@winkworth.co.uk

Winkworth.co.uk

Your local independently owned property agency with a network of 61 London offices.

Est. 1835

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Harringay is an increasingly popular hotspot amongst urban trendsetters due to its close proximity to the West End and City, attractive Victorian streets, generous open green spaces and a burgeoning array of lively restaurants, cafes and coffee shops.

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