Located on a quiet residential street just north of Clissold Park is this quaint two/three bedroom freehold house set across three storeys.
Extending close to 1000sqft in total, the property is need in of complete renovation and offers the opportunity for someone to create their home from scratch. Set back from the road and with off street parking in front, the ground floor also includes a secure garage space which could be opened up to create a bright open plan reception room. To the rear is a WC and a bedroom/study that opens out to a nearly 30' un-overlooked garden with rear access.
The first floor consists of a large reception room to the front which is bright owing to its southerly aspect whilst a spacious kitchen is set to the rear. Two sizable bedrooms and a master bathroom occupy the second floor.
With the possibility to reconfigure the layout and specification on all three floors and with interesting 1970's architectural nods including an asymmetrical staircase and cast iron window frames, the property could be transformed into a contemporary family home. With Grazebrook School moments away and one of London's newest nature reserves, Woodberry Wetlands a few hundred metres to the north, St Kilda's Road is the perfect spot to raise a family. Clissold Park to the south is one of North London's hidden gems and Stoke Newington Church Street offers a wide variety of quality restaurants, cafes and shops for all tastes.
Nearby Manor House station means that the West End is fifteen minutes from your door whilst bus links along Green Lanes and Stoke Newington High Street service The City.