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image  Newbury Avenue, Enfield, Middlesex, EN3


image ££1,495 pcm

image 3 BEDROOMS
image Let Agreed

Features

 3 bedroom house
 Large open plan lounge
 Kitchen/diner
 Gas central heating
 Double glazing
 Garden
 Off street parking

Property Description

Castles are proud to offer this well presented 3 bedroom house. Situated in this quiet residential turning on Newbury Avenue, EN3, this property is an absolutely ideal positioning for families and couples in an area that is highly sought after.The property benefits from easy access to the A10 and M25 as well as within walking distance of Enfield Lock Station (0.2 miles) which gives access to London within 30 minutes. Situated close by the local amenities of Hertford Road and Ordnance Road. Within the local area there is also the popular Albany Park and the Prince of Wales Children’s Centre, Freezywater St George’s Primary School as well as Brimsdown Primary School.The property comprises of 2 double bedrooms and a single bedroom with newly carpeted flooring, a separate kitchen with laminate flooring, gas cooker, fitted units and work surfaces. There is also an integrated fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. The property boasts a large through lounge which also has laminate wood flooring. The property also benefits from a tiled bathroom with laminate flooring which is fully fitted comprising of a bath with a shower attachment, wash basin and a WC. The property is fully double glazed with gas central heating.Available immediately, properties of this calibre are rare to the market; call us now to make your appointment.


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