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image  Siddons Road, London, N17

image ££1,900 pcm

# 28696663

image 3 bedrooms
image 2 receptions
image 1 bathroom
image To Let


 Three Bedrooms.
 Large Lounge & Reception.
 Private Rear Garden.
 Close To Bruce Grove Station.
 Close to Schools.
 Fully Fitted Kitchen with Appliances.
 Fully Installed Family Bathroom.
 Double Glazed Throughout.
 Gas Central Heating.

Property Description

Homelink Letting & Estates are delighted to offer for rent this well presented three bedroom end of terrace property in the heart of Tottenham. The property boasts from three well sized bedrooms fully carpeted and recently painted, two large lounge areas both with newly installed wooden effect flooring, fully fitted kitchen with installed appliances and a well landscaped private rear garden with access to front garden.

Ideal for young families looking to settle in to the Tottenham area with Harris Primary School a stone’s throw away from the property. Also ideal location for commuters into London’s town centre with Bruce Grove station a five minutes’ walk away.

Please call Homelink Lettings & Estates on 0208 211 2323 to arrange a viewing today.

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