Seven Sisters Road, London, N4
Guide Price £550,000 Share of Freehold
A truly exceptional and particularly rare find, this two bedroom ground floor property with an impressive private garden is converted from an imposing semi-detached Victorian villa on Bedford Road, undoubtedly one of the finest roads in Tottenham, forming part of the remarkable streetscape of the Clyde Circus conservation area.
Internal floor area measures 885 sq. ft plus direct access to a very special 54 ft rear garden which must be seen and experienced to be appreciated; a beautiful and tranquil natural space to rest, work, grow vegetables or to simply potter around. A magnificent and sympathetically designed summerhouse at the back of the garden has been recently constructed, complete with electricity and internet connectivity.
Upon entering this period conversion, I was struck by its voluminous proportions; The reception room at the front of the property features an unusually high ceiling, large tall windows forming a bay framed by traditional working shutters. The room is completed by an original Victorian pine floor and feature fireplace with bespoke fitted cupboards in the recesses of the chimney breast. The kitchen-dining room provides a social space at the centre of the home, with a beautiful herringbone parquet floor, plenty of storage and enough room to seat 6-8 people. At the rear of the property you will find a modern bathroom with Victorian styling and two good sized bedrooms, each with access onto the rear garden.
With elegant period housing stock, acres of parkland and excellent transport links, it comes as no surprise that Tottenham and Seven Sisters is blossoming, and a unique, diverse and friendly community is welcoming newcomers. Tottenham has a strong community spirit, particularly in Bedford Road and the surrounding streets; it’s become like a village!
An innovative selection of shops, restaurants and cafes have recently opened up. Established favourites include True Craft for fresh local draught beers paired with sourdough pizza, The High Cross micro-pub, and Sushi Heads which needs no explanation. Another recent addition to the scene is The Palm on Philip Lane which opened to rave reviews in 2019. An exciting choice of coffee shops nearby includes With Milk on Phillip Lane which also sells specialty foods, fresh sourdough and artisan cheese, Perkyns on West Green Road which has craft beer too, and Craving Coffee which is 15 mins away on the Markfield industrial estate and has just expanded into a new bigger premises. Every Sunday from 11-4 is the Tottenham Green Farmers Market for street food, baked goods and organic produce.
Transport links are beyond excellent. Seven Sisters Station is within ten minutes walking distance. From there you can get the Victoria Line to Kings Cross in three stops or Oxford Circus in six. The Overground trains will take you to Liverpool Street in 20 minutes and Stansted Airport in just 38. Cycling into Central London couldn't be easier; the Cycle Superhighway (CS1) extends from Tottenham High Road to Liverpool Street, via Stoke Newington and Hackney.
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