Lothair Road South, London, N4
Guide Price £1,325,000 Freehold
Guide Price £700,000 Freehold
Tucked away on a quiet Victorian cul de sac within the highly sought after Clyde Circus Conservation area you will find this attractive three bedroom period house. Sought after location close to Seven Sisters Underground St.
This attractive family home arrives onto the market in good order throughout providing 1049 sq ft of living accommodation over three floors.
This place really is a bit of a gem, its tucked away on a very quiet cul de sac within a highly sought after enclave of the Clyde Circus Conservation area and provides a pleasant living space complimented by way of lots of natural light and a happy and comfortable ambience.
Our clients have decorated and styled this home to a high standard , you get a real sense that this place has been well looked after, the mix of period charm and practicality really does make the house flow perfectly.
The ground floor features a large through reception room with original wood floors, two working fireplaces and sparkling original sash windows. There is also a modern fitted kitchen and access to the well maintained private garden. The first floor level enjoys two double bedrooms both with plenty of character features as well as a bathroom. This fabulous home also has a recently constructed and well-designed loft conversion providing a large, bright and airy double bedroom.
An increasingly popular neighbourhood amongst young professionals, Seven Sisters is a vibrant and buzzy location with attractive housing stock and lots of green spaces.
The house itself is located in a quiet corner of N15, in a sought after conservation area less than ten minutes walk from Seven Sisters Station, with direct connections to Kings Cross, Central London, and the City, including 24 hour tube service on weekends. 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. Tottenham Hale BR-Underground with its Standard express link is also close by meaning that when it comes to transport links you are almost spoilt for choice.
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.
An innovative selection of shops, restaurants and cafes have recently opened up. Established favourites include True Craft on West Green Road for fresh local draught beers paired with sourdough pizza, The High Cross micro-pub, Sushi Heads which needs no explanation. Blighty Cafe serves coffee and brunch, as does Craving Coffee by day plus a social bar hosting street food pop-ups in the evenings. Further recent additions to the scene include The Palm on Philip Lane which opened to rave reviews in 2019 and a cute little coffee shop called With Milk.
Every Sunday from 11-4 is the Tottenham Green Farmers Market for street food, artisanal baked goods and organic produce. Located opposite the green is the Bernie Grant Arts Centre, with a cultural programme including film, dance, theatre, exhibitions, gigs and debate. You will also be able to take a short stroll to the award winning Downhills Park & the Lordship Rec which are home to two wonderful community cafés.
A major redevelopment of the station is underway as the historic profile of Seven Sisters is currently being rewritten.
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