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image  Burghley Road, Harringay, London, N8


image ££600,000

image 3 BEDROOMS
image 1 RECEPTION
image 1 BATHROOM
image Under Offer

Features

 Three-bedroom period family home
 Private rear garden
 Offered with no onward chain
 Requires refurbishment in parts
 Double-reception, kitchen/diner
 Family first floor bathroom
 Moments’ walk of Turnpike Lane underground station
 Wood Green High Road in close proximity
 Set on a residential turning

Property Description

Set on a residential turning is this three-bedroom, period family home within a moments’ walk of Turnpike Lane underground station. The property requires refurbishment in parts and further comprises double-reception, kitchen/diner, family first floor bathroom and private rear garden. Ideally positioned for an array of local amenities, including extensive shopping options on Wood Green High Road and shopping centre. Offered with no onward chain.



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