Measuring 2012 sq. ft arranged over three original floors, this imposing bay fronted Victorian house provides five bedrooms, office /study room, two bathrooms, two intercommunicating reception rooms, a utility room and an impressive kitchen with full width 'side-return' extension with bifold doors opening onto a landscaped rear garden with patio for outdoor dining.
With some creativity there is potential to expand the top floor to create a magnificent master bedroom en-suite, subject to planning permission.
The 'Harringay Ladder' is popular due to its beautiful Victorian built terraces and the Piccadilly Line tube stations at either end. Thereupon, a friendly community has blossomed, and a burgeoning selection of independent shops, cafes and restaurants have recently appeared along Green Lanes. Established favourites include Cafe Blend for great coffee and brunch by day and pop-up restaurant in the evening, Bun N Bar for burgers, cocktails and live music, and Jam In A Jar for brunch and fresh juices which also hosts music events in the evenings. There’s also the iconic Grade II Listed Salisbury Pub with its great selection of international beers and the Harringay Local Store for speciality foods and organic groceries.
Transport links are excellent; Turnpike Lane Underground Station on the Piccadilly Line is just 6 minutes walk. A similar distance in the other direction is Hornsey Rail Station, with frequent trains to Finsbury Park, Kings Cross, Old Street and Moorgate.
Hampden Road is in the catchment area for North Harringay School. There are endless kids’ activities and community groups for those with young families.