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image  Balliol Road, London, N17


image ££395,000

image 2 BEDROOMS
image 1 RECEPTION
image 1 BATHROOM
image For Sale

Features

 Mid-terraced cottage style house
 Two bedrooms
 Spacious lounge
 Kitchen/diner
 Transport links are excellent
 EPC Rating C

Property Description

Castles present this attractive two bedroom mid-terraced house. The property is situated on the Wood Green edge of the historic Tower Gardens area and offers all the charm and character associated with these lovely old cottage-style houses. Features include: Two bedrooms, bathroom, a spacious lounge, kitchen/diner and rear garden. Transport links are excellent with a choice of Wood Green and Turnpike Lane tube stations - both conveniently located. EPC:C

The Conservation Area comprises the oldest parts of the estate, built by the London County Council between 1904 and 1913. It is one of the first "garden suburbs" in the world and is characterised by good quality and practical buildings that show an inventive use of materials and vernacular motifs typical of the Arts and Crafts Movement. Along with Hampstead Garden Suburb, Tower Gardens is one of the most important estates of its type in London.





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EPC

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