An exceptionally well-proportioned and immaculately presented, two-bedroom conversion occupying the first-floor of a handsome period residence.
Desirably positioned on a quiet, residential road on the Highgate periphery within a short stroll from the heart of Crouch End; one of London’s premier urban villages offering a selection of boutiques, bars and restaurants and the favoured Coleridge primary school.
The property has been tastefully decorated by the current owners and offers space and light in abundance with sleek, neutral internal detailing throughout, complemented with a host of period features, high ceilings and sash windows.
Further comprising bespoke kitchen, spacious reception room and modern family bathroom.
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