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Under offer

Chatterton Road, London, N4

3 bedroom house in London

£1,249,500 Freehold

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This charming Victorian terrace has been owned by the same family for almost 30 years and offers well proportioned and light filled rooms throughout.
The ground floor offers a spacious double reception room, kitchen, wc and sizable basement. The upper floors are currently arranged in a three bedroom layout with two bathrooms but alternately could be easily used as a four bed configuration. There is potential to extend as many of the neighbours have done subject to planning consent.

Chatterton Road is a tree-lined street in the Blackstock triangle which is renowned for its neighbourly feel. Furthermore, the property falls within the catchment area of a number of local schools rated "Outstanding" by Ofsted including the very popular Gillespie and Ambler Schools.

The property is perfectly situated for an array of local amenities including independent shops, restaurants and coffee shops as well as being in easy reach of three local parks and Gillespie nature reserve. Upper Street is only a short distance away and transport links are some of the best around with Arsenal station providing the Piccadilly line and Finsbury Park offering overground services (including the Thameslink network serving the City and Gatwick Airport) and underground services on the Victoria line. Drayton Park further provides direct links to Moorgate whilst numerous bus routes offer effortless transport to 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.

Gallery

This charming Victorian terrace has been owned by the same family for almost 30 years and offers well proportioned and light filled rooms throughout.
The ground floor offers a spacious double reception room, kitchen, wc and sizable basement. The upper floors are currently arranged in a three bedroom layout with two bathrooms but alternately could be easily used as a four bed configuration. There is potential to extend as many of the neighbours have done subject to planning consent.

Chatterton Road is a tree-lined street in the Blackstock triangle which is renowned for its neighbourly feel. Furthermore, the property falls within the catchment area of a number of local schools rated "Outstanding" by Ofsted including the very popular Gillespie and Ambler Schools.

The property is perfectly situated for an array of local amenities including independent shops, restaurants and coffee shops as well as being in easy reach of three local parks and Gillespie nature reserve. Upper Street is only a short distance away and transport links are some of the best around with Arsenal station providing the Piccadilly line and Finsbury Park offering overground services (including the Thameslink network serving the City and Gatwick Airport) and underground services on the Victoria line. Drayton Park further provides direct links to Moorgate whilst numerous bus routes offer effortless transport to the City and West End.

Live like a local

  • Arsenal
  • Finsbury Park
  • Finsbury Park
  • Drayton Park
  • Manor House
  • Holloway Road

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.

  • 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.

Contact Highbury

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Latitude: 51.5607629981 Longitude: -0.1006033488