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Homelink are delighted to offer for rent this mid-terraced three double bedroom property located in the popular Scotch Estate, Wood Green. The house comprises of 2 double bedroom son the first floor along with a study and three piece white bathroom suite. On the ground floor there is a third double bedroom, separate lounge/dining and new fitted kitchen with white goods.Further benefits include having being newly refurbished, wooden flooring throughout, double glazed windows, new wiring and an external working toilet in the garden.Ideally positioned for transport links with convenient access to Wood Green Underground Station. Wood Green Shopping City, cinema complex and Green Room building with its Bar, Columbian Street restaurant and art gallery is just a short walk while Alexandra Palace (with its superb Farmers Market and events), Muswell Hill and Crouch End are all within 1.5-2 Miles (approx).To arrange a viewing, call and speak to our friendly lettings team on 020 8882 2112.
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