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image  Birchington Road, Crouch End, N8


image Price on application

image 6 BEDROOMS
image 3 RECEPTIONS
image 2 BATHROOMS
image Under Offer

Features

 Six-bedroom, period, linked semi-detached, family home
 Landscaped south-west facing private garden
 Stunning, character filled property
 Residential road on Highgate side of Crouch End
 Exceptionally well-maintained by the current owners
 Private front reception, rear reception, diner and kitchen
 Utility room and guest ground floor wc
 Two family bathrooms on the upper floors
 Elevated position offers superb picturesque views of Alexander Palace and beyond

Property Description

Rare to the market is this stunning, character filled six-bedroom, period, linked semi-detached, family home. Positioned on a much-favoured residential road on the desired Highgate side of Crouch End offering easy access to both Crouch End Broadway and Highgate underground station. The property has been exceptionally well-maintained by the current owners and offers an enviable living accommodation incorporating private front reception, rear reception, diner and kitchen onto a landscaped south-west facing private garden. Further comprising utility room and guest ground floor wc and two family bathrooms on the upper floors. The elevated position offers superb picturesque views of Alexander Palace and beyond.



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