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Homelink Lettings and Estates are delighted to offer for sale this seven bedroom period Edwardian terrace house which offers an abundance of character and would suit a growing family.Measuring nearly 2,950 sq.ft (273 sq.m), this large property is set over four floors and is in need of updating but offers a fantastic blend of period charm. The house comprises of; a basement, ground floor consists has 3 reception rooms, 2 of which are used as bedrooms and both have en-suite facilities, a large kitchen/dining/breakfast room and WC. On the first floor there are four double bedrooms (one en-suite), family bathroom and two further separate WC's. On the top floor there are three double bedrooms. The master bedroom has an walk-in wardrobe and en-suite shower and there is an additional WC. The spacious entrance hall has doors off to all the generous, well-proportioned rooms. The head height on the living floors within the main house are quite impressive too. To the rear, a generous garden is mainly laid to lawn, has a variety of trees, shrub borders and a brick built shed/storage room.Set on a sought-after road, the property is less than a hundred yards from the Broadway, with its eclectic mix of places to eat, shop and drink and in close proximity to Highgate Wood and Queens Wood. Bus links to Highgate, Hornsey, Finsbury Park and Finchley provide access into the City and West End. here are no less than 4 Outstanding Ofsted rated Primary Schools and 2 Outstanding rated Secondary schools within a half mile radius including Fortismere.To arrange a viewing, call and speak to one of our friendly sales team on 020 8882 2112.BRIEF AREA GUIDE: Muswell Hill was named after the 12th century discovery of a local stream. The 'Mossy Well' was believed to have miraculous, healing properties.Muswell Hill's distance from any train station has caused it to become an insular community of elegant shops, leafy, Edwardian terraces and devoted residents.The population is known for its community spirit and is primarily composed of families, liberal, media-type professionals, and first-time buyers interested in its spacious houses and good schools.Situated between Alexandra Park and Highgate Woods, it's a haven for dog owners, and long weekend walks up to Ally Pally, followed by a coffee and cake in one of the Broadway's many cafes, make for a perfect Saturday.Muswell Hill Broadway is the main area for shopping with food and clothes outlets. The area has several restaurants and some good cafe bars and a cinema.
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