Seven Sisters Road, London, N4
Resting peacefully high up on the summit of Seymour Road, away from the hubbub of Green Lanes below, but close enough to enjoy it's delights; this two bedroom garden flat has been converted from the ground floor of an attractive Victorian terrace.
Timeless character features include high ceilings, tall sash windows, beautiful tessellated entrance hall floor tiles, original period fireplaces and original plaster mouldings. The layout provides two double bedrooms at one end of the property, one of which has an annexed conservatory room, a bathroom in the middle and the living room and kitchen at the rear for convenient access to the private garden. There’s also a cellar accessed form the hallway for ample storage space.
Seymour Road is one of the quietest of a collection of parallel streets that form the 'Harringay Ladder', popular due to its beautiful Victorian built terraces and the Piccadilly Line tube stations at either end. You'll notice an ever increasing selection of coffee shops, restaurants and bars opening up 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 music, Jam In A Jar for brunch which also hosts music events in the evenings, there's also Music and Beans, Beans and Barley, Brouhaha, the Iconic Salisbury Pub and Harringay Local Store for organic groceries... the list goes on!
Transport links are excellent; the property is equidistant from Turnpike Lane and Manor House on the Piccadilly Line. You also have Harringay or Hornsey Train Stations which provide direct access to Finsbury Park, Kings Cross, Old Street and Moorgate.
Subject to planning permission and freeholder consent, there is scope to add a rear extension spanning the full width of the property to provide what would be a spectacular living room and kitchen/dining space. Please ask us for more details.
Offers in excess of £580,000 Share of Freehold
Guide Price £575,000 Share of Freehold