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image  St Albans Crescent, London, N22


image ££2,300 pcm

# 29638355

image 4 bedrooms
image 1 reception
image 1 bathroom
image To Let

Features

 TUBE
 FITTED KITCH

Property Description

**GREAT LOCATION** Perched at the top of St. Albans Crescent overlooking a small green, this classic Victorian 4 bedroom terrace is presented in good decorative order throughout and features a good size rear garden.

This period home retains some of its original features and offers good sized rooms throughout. The property currently comprises of: four bedrooms (one on ground floor), first floor bathroom, separate reception room and a near 20ft fitted modern kitchen/diner/breakfast room.

The house is located a couple of minutes walk to Wood Green Underground Station (Piccadilly line, Zone 3) and the start of Wood Greens Shopping City, Mall, Cinema complexes, restaurants, bars, numerous cafés and amenities. There are also good bus and road links and not so far away is the ever delightful Alexandra Palace & Park.

This property will make a great family home or is ideal for sharers. To avoid disappointment, call and arrange a viewing with one of our friendly lettings team.


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02088822112

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