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image  Oakfield Road, Finsbury Park, London, N4

image Let

# 29371964

image Recently Updated

image 2 bedrooms
image 1 reception
image 1 bathroom
image Let Agreed


 Two Bedroom Flat
 Top Floor
 Ideal for Professionals
 Fitted Kitchen
 Open Plan Living/Dining
 Gas Central Heating
 Double Glazing
 Great Views
 Nice Location

Property Description

Homelink are delighted to offer for rent this lovely 2 bedroom flat positioned on the top two floor of a period building, with views towards Ally Pally.

This wonderful flat is moments from Crouch End Broadway. The home has a clever layout that has been executed beautifully. Benefits include gas central heating, double glazing, shower room and comes furnished.

Oakfield Road is a quiet residential street in a fabulous location. From boutique shops in the centre of Crouch End to international supermarkets on Green Lanes, there’s something for everyone for all tastes. Green space is also plentiful, with Stationer’s Park just down the road and an entrance nearby to the scenic Parkland Walk that stretches from Finsbury Park to Highgate.

To arrange a viewing, call and speak to one of friendly lettings team on 020 8882 2112.

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