This well-proportioned four-bedroom family home is arranged over four floors and retains many original features throughout. The accommodation which is accessed from the main entrance hall, includes a large bright and airy through-reception with original cornice and a working fireplace, a ground floor W.C., kitchen/diner with integrated appliances which leads into a private garden which has rear access into Broad Lane. The cellar accessed from the kitchen is the length of the property and has power and water supply and is presently used as a utility room and storage.
Three of the bedrooms are generous doubles and the fourth is presently used as an office. The family shower room incorporates the original stain glass window, and this accompanies the one on the main stair case, which retains the original balustrade and spindles.
The property has double glazed units encased in wooden sashes which have been replaced recently as well as a new double-glazed stain glass front door, and benefits from full gas central heating. A large loft for further storage is also available.
Situated on a quiet, residential turning off Tottenham Lane providing easy access to Hornsey British Rail station and a short stroll to the many independent retailers situated on Crouch End Broadway.
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