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image  Ridge Road, Crouch End, N8


image Price on application

image 5 BEDROOMS
image 3 RECEPTIONS
image 3 BATHROOMS
image Under Offer

Features

 Five-bedroom, double-fronted, end-of-terrace, period family home
 Benefiting from a southerly-facing private garden
 Positioned on a much favoured, elevated residential road offering far reaching and tranquil views
 Three receptions, kitchen/diner, ground floor guest wc
 En-suite and balcony to master bedroom
 Additional en-suite and family bathroom and storage cellar
 Offers space in abundance and retains a host of enviable period features
 Conveniently positioned for Harringay Station and Stationers recreational park.

Property Description

An exceptionally imposing, five bedroom, double fronted, end of terrace period family home positioned on a much favoured, elevated residential road offering far reaching and tranquil views. The property offers space in abundance and retains a host of enviable period features. Further comprising three receptions, kitchen/diner, ground floor guest wc, en-suite and balcony to master bedroom, additional en-suite and family bathroom. Benefiting from storage cellar and a southerly facing rear garden. Conveniently positioned for Harringay Station and Stationers recreational park.



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