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Burgoyne Road, Harringay Ladder, N4

4 bedroom house in Harringay Ladder

Guide price £995,000 Freehold

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  • Imposing Victorian House  |  1726 sq ft (160 sq m)  |  10 feet high ceilings  |  Period features  |  4 double bedrooms  |  2 bathrooms  |  2 reception rooms  |  Loft space and cellar  |  Harringay Ladder  |  Close to Finsbury Park  |  Chain Free Sale

Larger than average four bedroom Victorian family house on the Harringay Ladder, boasting grand proportions and unusually high ceilings throughout.

This remarkable period property is a larger than average house on the Harringay Ladder. With grand proportions and unusually high ceilings measuring over 10 feet high, it must be seen and experienced to be appreciated.

The original unextended footprint provides over 1700 sq ft of internal accommodation which means there is still ample loft space and a side return to the back addition which can be developed to provide even more room if required.

Arranged over three levels, the house features two reception rooms intercommunicating via tall original five panel doors, kitchen/breakfast room, cellar, four large double bedrooms, two bathrooms and mature front and rear gardens.

This wide bay fronted house welcomes you in as you step onto a colourful Victorian tessellated entrance hall. Other period features include upgraded sash windows in good condition which fill the property with natural light from various directions, stripped wood floors, Victorian pine panelled doors throughout and an original staircase with turned wood baluster and spindles.

Burgoyne Road is at the southern end of the Harringay Ladder and it's the widest road with some of the largest houses which have rarely come onto the market. This is therefore a rare opportunity to acquire one of the more extraordinary and impressive period homes in this exciting and increasingly fashionable neighbourhood.

An idyllic location mid-way along the road close to the New River Path and the Railway Fields Nature Reserve, just 10 minutes’ walk to the nearest entrance of Finsbury Park and within approximately half a mile from Manor House Underground Station (Piccadilly Line Zone 2). Harringay Station is just a 3 minute walk away for frequent trains to Moorgate in 16 minutes.

Sellers comments:

"I've lived here for more than 20 years and I'll be sad to be leaving. Our children grew up here, and I'll look back on it as a lovely home for a young, growing family. Many of the families on the road have lived here longer than me - that means there's a nice sense of community. You can't beat the transport links, with a station at either end of the road and four bus routes two minutes' walk away. When the children were younger, having the Railway Fields nature reserve so close was a blessing. The range of shops within five minutes' walk is amazing - if you run out of something at midnight, there are always several shops open at the bottom of the road and it's great to have the library just the other side of the railway. Harringay has far more of a sense of community now than when I moved in, in 1996 - it really feels like a neighbourhood that's on its way up."

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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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Larger than average four bedroom Victorian family house on the Harringay Ladder, boasting grand proportions and unusually high ceilings throughout.

This remarkable period property is a larger than average house on the Harringay Ladder. With grand proportions and unusually high ceilings measuring over 10 feet high, it must be seen and experienced to be appreciated.

The original unextended footprint provides over 1700 sq ft of internal accommodation which means there is still ample loft space and a side return to the back addition which can be developed to provide even more room if required.

Arranged over three levels, the house features two reception rooms intercommunicating via tall original five panel doors, kitchen/breakfast room, cellar, four large double bedrooms, two bathrooms and mature front and rear gardens.

This wide bay fronted house welcomes you in as you step onto a colourful Victorian tessellated entrance hall. Other period features include upgraded sash windows in good condition which fill the property with natural light from various directions, stripped wood floors, Victorian pine panelled doors throughout and an original staircase with turned wood baluster and spindles.

Burgoyne Road is at the southern end of the Harringay Ladder and it's the widest road with some of the largest houses which have rarely come onto the market. This is therefore a rare opportunity to acquire one of the more extraordinary and impressive period homes in this exciting and increasingly fashionable neighbourhood.

An idyllic location mid-way along the road close to the New River Path and the Railway Fields Nature Reserve, just 10 minutes’ walk to the nearest entrance of Finsbury Park and within approximately half a mile from Manor House Underground Station (Piccadilly Line Zone 2). Harringay Station is just a 3 minute walk away for frequent trains to Moorgate in 16 minutes.

Sellers comments:

"I've lived here for more than 20 years and I'll be sad to be leaving. Our children grew up here, and I'll look back on it as a lovely home for a young, growing family. Many of the families on the road have lived here longer than me - that means there's a nice sense of community. You can't beat the transport links, with a station at either end of the road and four bus routes two minutes' walk away. When the children were younger, having the Railway Fields nature reserve so close was a blessing. The range of shops within five minutes' walk is amazing - if you run out of something at midnight, there are always several shops open at the bottom of the road and it's great to have the library just the other side of the railway. Harringay has far more of a sense of community now than when I moved in, in 1996 - it really feels like a neighbourhood that's on its way up."

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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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