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image  Montague Road, Crouch End, London, N8


image ££625,000

image 2 BEDROOMS
image 1 RECEPTION
image 1 BATHROOM
image Under Offer

Features

 Two-bedroom apartment with private landscaped garden
 Occupying ground floor of end-of-terrace, period residence
 Well-proportioned and immaculately presented
 Bespoke open plan kitchen/reception room
 Modern family bathroom and cellar
 Host of period features including wooden flooring, fireplaces and sash windows
 Offers space and light in abundance
 Ideally positioned for Crouch End Broadway
 Easy access to a host of convenient transportation links
 Short walk to Hornsey British Rail station

Property Description

An exceptionally well-proportioned and immaculately presented, two-bedroom apartment with private landscaped garden occupying the ground floor of a handsome end-of-terrace, period residence. The property offers space and light in abundance with sleek, internal detailing throughout, complemented by a host of period features including wooden flooring, fireplaces and sash windows. Further comprising bespoke open plan kitchen/reception room, modern family bathroom and cellar. Ideally positioned for Crouch End’s historic Broadway and offering easy access to a host of convenient transportation links and a short walk to Hornsey British Rail station with its direct links to the City (Moorgate) and West End.



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