2 bedroom terraced house for saleMount Pleasant Crescent, Stroud Green, London, N4
- 2 Double bedrooms
- 2 Reception rooms (through)
- Eat-in kitchen
- South East facing garden
- Spacious bathroom
- Sash windows (some double-glazed timber)
- Stripped wooden floors
A charming two double bedroom mid-Victorian terraced house with period features and potential to extend/create a third bedroom in the loft space (STPP).
THE OWNERS LOVE
"I have been extremely happy in this house for 22 years, living in the heart of a strong community"
"The houses are very pretty and the rooms match: the Victorians did a wonderful job here"
"It's a seven-minute ride from Crouch Hill station to Hampstead Heath on the Overground; transport links are terrific with three bus stops round the corner and Finsbury Park tube, rail and bus station down the road"
There is a loft which has potential to be extended into to provide a third bedroom (subject to the necessary permissions/regulations).
Parkland Walk nature trails runs close by, providing a pleasant green route for walking/jogging to Finsbury Park and Highgate/Queens Woods.
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