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Hornsey Lane, Highgate, N6

2 bedroom flat/apartment

Offers in excess of
£650,000 Leasehold

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A beautifully presented, generously proportioned two bedroom apartment converted from the top floor of "Strathfield", a former Victorian villa built in 1876.

This exceptional apartment comprises generously proportioned accommodation and provides outstanding, panoramic views over London's City and West End. Each bedroom is double-sized and the kitchen contains enough space to house a small table too. The owners have improved the property during their stay to include 18mm engineered wood flooring with sound proofing (kitchen excepted), whilst thoroughly redecorating earlier this year (2019).

The property also benefits from unofficial use of a communal garden to the rear.

Directions
"Strathfield" is located on Hornsey Lane (the Highgate Hill side of the Archway Bridge) and is conveniently located for easy access to Archway Tube Station (Northern Line, Zone - 2), the delightful grounds of Waterlow Park and historic Highgate Village.

Inside Highgate

from a local eye view

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.

More about the Area

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    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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A beautifully presented, generously proportioned two bedroom apartment converted from the top floor of "Strathfield", a former Victorian villa built in 1876.

This exceptional apartment comprises generously proportioned accommodation and provides outstanding, panoramic views over London's City and West End. Each bedroom is double-sized and the kitchen contains enough space to house a small table too. The owners have improved the property during their stay to include 18mm engineered wood flooring with sound proofing (kitchen excepted), whilst thoroughly redecorating earlier this year (2019).

The property also benefits from unofficial use of a communal garden to the rear.

Directions
"Strathfield" is located on Hornsey Lane (the Highgate Hill side of the Archway Bridge) and is conveniently located for easy access to Archway Tube Station (Northern Line, Zone - 2), the delightful grounds of Waterlow Park and historic Highgate Village.

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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.

Contact Highgate

Winkworth Highgate

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Latitude: 51.569842 Longitude: -0.139561