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image  Norfolk Avenue, Palmers Green, N13


image ££385,000

image 3 BEDROOMS
image 1 RECEPTION
image 1 BATHROOM
image Sold

Features

 3 Bedroom House
 Through Lounge
 Extended Kitchen/ Diner
 90ft Rear Garden
 Off Street Parking for 2 Cars
 Chain Free

Property Description

We offer in our opinion this well maintained 1930's 3 bedroom extended mid-terraced house situated off Wolves Lane, N13. The property has been much improved by the current vendors over the last few years and boasts generous living space and a fabulous kitchen/diner to the rear leading out onto a 90ft rear garden. Also befitting from the added bonus of front off street parking for two cars, being offered chain free and with Wood Green tube station and shopping facilities within easy reach of the property, an early viewing is a must.



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