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image  Sotheby Road, Highbury, London, N5

image ££1,350,000

image 4 BEDROOMS
image Under Offer (Freehold)

Floor area

1,655 sq. ft. (154 sq. m.)


 4 bedroom house
 2 bathrooms
 Downstairs WC
 South-facing garden
 Fantastic transport links.

Property Description

On the market for the first time in over fifty years and on one of the premier roads in Highbury is this beautiful, semi-detached, four bedroom house filled with a treasure trove of original features.
A lovely black and white tiled mosaic hallway leads from the large stained glass front door to the bright and versatile double reception room. This can easily be divided with the aid of folding wooden doors. This striking room is adorned with stunning cornicing, two Victorian fireplaces, attractive and broad wooden floors as well as evocative stained glass windows.
To the rear of the house is the  large kitchen diner complete with walk in larder and built in dresser with original cicada bronze latches. A cozy sun room/ reading room with gas burning stove leads to the paved south-facing garden with mature borders.
Up beautiful Victorian  bannisters the first floor has the family bathroom and two large double bedrooms one with stunning far reaching views across to Alexandra Palace through an attractive bay window.
A second bathroom and two further double bedrooms sit on the 2nd floor. Storage is abundant throughout and a bike store sits securely hidden in the front garden.
Village-like Highbury Barn (the gourmet's mecca) is only a two minute walk away with the likes of Godfrey's Butchers, La Fromagerie and Highbury Vintners.

Arsenal Station (Piccadilly Line) is less than half a mile away and Highbury and Isligton station (Victoria Line and National Rail) is a short walk through Highbury Fields.

A perfect family home.
Viewings come highly recommended.


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