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image  Stroud Green Road, Finsbury Park, London, N4

image ££1,200 pcm

# 30005940

image 1 bedroom
image 1 reception
image 1 bathroom
image To Let


 One Bedroom
 Double Glazing
 Gas Central Heating
 Wooden Flooring
 Close to Finsbury Park
 On Stroud Green

Property Description

Homelink are pleased to offer for rent this one double bedroom flat situated within minutes walk of Finsbury Park Tube/Mainline & bus stations.

The property comprises of a separate bedroom, bathroom and semi-open plan reception and fitted kitchen. The property also comes with gas central heating and double glazing as well wooden flooring throughout.

The underground stations are on both the Piccadilly & Victoria lines in zone 2. Additionally there is a large variety of local shops, bars, restaurants and independent boutique shops. This is a great place to live in and go out in. The famous Finsbury Park is delight to walk through and to chill out in.

To arrange a viewing, call and speak to one of friendly lettings team.

*AGENTS NOTE: Photos depicted are from before the current tenants occupation of the flat.

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