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image  Grand Parade, Harringay, London, N4

image Let

# 29644459

image Recently Updated

image 3 bedrooms
image 1 reception
image 1 bathroom
image Let Agreed


 Three Double Bedrooms
 First Floor
 Study/Bed 4
 Open Plan Living Area
 Double Glazing
 Gas Central Heating
 Amazing Transport Links
 Ample Local Amenities
 Fantastic Location
 Great for Sharers

Property Description

Homelink are pleased to offer a first floor three double bedroom apartment converted from an original Victorian building. This imposing period property is spacious, bright and offers good sized rooms throughout.

The property comprises of three bedrooms, study/bed 4, three piece bathroom suite and open plan kitchen/dining/lounge. Benefits include gas central heating, double glazing and wooden flooring.

Conveniently located within 100 yards of Harringay Green Lanes B.R. and further transport links found at Manor House tube or Harringay B.R. is also within walking distance. Grand Parade is ideally located on Green Lanes which is home to a wide variety of shops, superstores, bars and numerous restaurants as well as the open space of Chestnuts Park and Finsbury Park.

Ideally suited to sharers, this flat is available fully furnished. To arrange a viewing, call and speak to one of friendly lettings team.

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