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image  Mildmay Grove North, Islington, London, N1


image ££920 per week

image 4 BEDROOMS
image 1 RECEPTION
image 2 BATHROOMS
image Under Offer

Features

 - Gated Victorian warehouse
 - Large roof top garden
 - Four double bedrooms
 - Close to Upper Street & Dalston
 - Period features throughout
 - Available from the beginning of April

Property Description

Hidden in a quiet gated mews, in the heart of Mildmay, N1, is this beautiful three storey Victorian warehouse which has been lovingly refurbished blending the character features of an industrial space, with modern practicalities.
 
Flooded with natural light throughout, there are four double bedrooms - two of which are set over the ground floor. One has a stylish ensuite and the other has access out to a private patio.
 
On the first floor there is a stunning dual aspect reception room with open-plan kitchen.  With exposed beamed ceilings, original factory loading doors, large crittal windows, whitewashed brickwork and wooden floors - it has all the character so often sought.
 
The kitchen has fully integrated appliances, neutral white cabinets and granite worktops.
 
Set over the upper floor are two further double bedrooms and another bathroom.  From here you can access a fabulous roof top garden - perfect in warmer months.

Mildmay Grove North is located just of Southgate Road and close to Essex Road.  It is a short walk from fashionable Dalston where there is the overground link to Highbury & Islington and down to the City.
 
Off street parking.

Available from the beginning of April on a part-furnished/unfurnished basis.
 
  


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