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Beresford Road, London

Sold STC

Beresford Road, London

£845,000
  • Ref: ESL1001342
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

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  • Three Bedroom Terraced Property
  • Two Reception Rooms - Connected by Double Pine Doors
  • Period Features
  • Spacious Kitchen / Diner
  • 80ft South Facing Rear Garden
  • Close to Various Transport Links
  • Close to Many Local Amenities

Property Summary

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A characterful and traditional three bedroomed Victorian family home on the Harringay Ladder. This mid-terraced house with flexible living space is currently arranged with the second reception room being used as a fourth bedroom. The two rooms upstairs at the back of the house (one single bedroom and a kitchenette/study) are being currently used as semi self-contained lodger’s accommodation. If preferred, there is potential to combine these two small rooms and create a spacious dual-aspect third double bedroom.
This property lies within easy reach of multiple public transport options offering connections to central London and further afield as well as local amenities including shops, bars, eateries and gyms.

INTERIOR

ENTRANCE HALL:

The front door opens onto a entrance hall with engineered wood flooring. Straight ahead two steps lead down to the kitchen/diner at the rear; open storage space can be found in the rear hall beneath the staircase; door to the downstairs WC. To the right, a carpeted staircase rises to the split-level landing giving access to bedrooms, family bathroom and first-floor kitchen/study. To the left a solid-wood door leads into the lounge, and another beyond into the downstairs bedroom.

LOUNGE:
11’ 6” (3.50m) X 13'10"’ (4.22m)

The front lounge boasts a traditional cast-iron feature fireplace with a grey slate hearth, a decorative, tiled surround and wooden mantle, as well as original coving and a solid-wood floor. The three-quarter length (single-glazed) bay windows at the front allow plenty of natural light, with radiators positioned below.
TV and telephone points. Double wooden doors lead through to the adjoining room.

RECEPTION ROOM 2:
(11’ 5” (3.47m) x 9’ 9” (2.96m)

A generously sized and versatile second reception room, with a cast-iron feature fireplace with a wooden mantle, and a solid wood floor. A large (single-glazed) sash window looks towards the rear garden with a wall-mounted radiator fitted below. TV point.

KITCHEN/DINER:
20’ 9” (6.33m) x 9’ 10” (2.99m)

A door with stained glass panels leads into the kitchen/diner from the hall. Ideal as a family space or for entertaining, the dining area has a dark bamboo floor, with two large sash (single-glazed) windows to one side and a wall-mounted radiator beneath. The main telephone/ethernet point is situated here.
The kitchen area has a further window (casement) to the side above the worktop, and timber double-glazed doors opening onto a patio and the private rear garden; the flooring is quarry tiles. The fitted kitchen consists of beech base and wall units with grey rolled-laminate worktops, stainless-steel sink and drainer, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, and a free-standing cooker with four-ring gas hob, electric double oven and grill beneath a concealed extractor. The gas-fired Vaillant combi boiler is wall-mounted to the right of the sink area.

LANDING:

Split-level landing with stairs rising to front/upper landing. ‘Laundry maid’ drying rack has been installed over the stairs - accessed from upper landing.
Access to main loft from upper landing.

BEDROOM 1:
15’ 0” (4.57m) x 13’ 10” (4.22m)

Spacious room with fitted carpet, enjoying plenty of natural light which floods through both the (single-glazed) bay windows and separate sash window overlooking the front of the house.
Wall-mounted radiators beneath the bay window. Telephone and TV points.

BEDROOM 2:
11’ 6” (3.50m) x 10’ 6” (3.20m)

Double-sized bedroom with fitted carpet; a large timber double-glazed sash window overlooks the rear garden with a wall-mounted radiator beneath.

BEDROOM 3:
9’ 11” (3.02m) x 7’ 6” (2.28m)

Single bedroom with fitted carpet and PVC double-glazed sash window giving a clear view over the rear garden; wall-mounted radiator beneath.

FIRST-FLOOR STUDY/KITCHENETTE:
9’ 11” (3.02m) x 8’ 10” (2.69m)

Having previously been an upstairs fourth bedroom, this room has been converted and plumbed by the current owners to be used as a Study/Kitchenette. It now gives access to bedroom 3 and the two rooms are currently let together as a single ‘bed-sit’ - ideal as accommodation for a lodger or student.
White base and wall units along one wall, with a grey rolled-laminate worktop and white and grey splashback tiles; a compact stainless-steel sink and drainer; an electric two-ring solid-plate hob; a wall-mounted microwave; and space for an under-counter fridge.
Wood-laminate flooring; a PVC double-glazed sash window with frosted lower pane overlooks the side of the house. TV point.
Access to rear loft space.

BATHROOM:
7’ 1” (2.17m) x 6’ 10” (2.09m)

The bright and well-proportioned family bathroom has a white bathroom suite comprising a toilet, wash-basin and a bath with shower mixer and wood-panelled side. The walls are tiled in white and the flooring is dark cork. An opaque double-glazed PVC casement window overlooking the side of the house.

EXTERIOR

This typical North London terraced home is separated from the road by a small front garden with established planting set behind a low brick and wrought iron wall, with a red tiled path to the right leading to the porch and front door.
To the rear of the house is a long (80’) garden bordered by timber fence panels providing privacy. The garden is a mixture of informal borders with the centre area laid to grass; there are a number of established shrubs and trees, including a mature rowan and a large eucalyptus tree towards the foot of the garden overlooking a shaded seating area and a painted timber shed.
A small lean-to greenhouse is situated against the wall of the house in the side-return.

LOCATION

Beresford Road is a long, tree-lined residential street on the popular ‘Harringay Ladder’ linking Green Lanes (A105) with Wightman Road in Harringay.
Nearby amenities include many shops, bars and cafes, as well as local parks and leisure centres.

North Harringay Primary is the closest of several primary schools within easy reach, and there is also a choice of secondary schools within walking distance.
Public transport links are excellent, with local buses stopping just around the corner and a choice of stations in walking distance: Hornsey Station on the Great Northern Railway line; Harringay Green Lanes Station on the London Overground line; and Turnpike Lane London Underground Station (Zone 3) on the Piccadilly Line.

DISCLAIMER

These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract.
Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by eSale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before making any legal commitment.




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