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image  Chase Side, London, N14

image ££499,950

# 8364586

image 2 bedrooms
image 1 reception
image 2 bathrooms
image For Sale


 Excellent bright & spacious layout
 Originally designed to be a 3 bed apartment
 Original restored parquet wood flooring throughout
 Double glazed windows throughout
 Gas central heating with thermostatically controlled valves
 Washing machine & tumble dryer within utility cupboard
 Off street parking
 Own secure garage
 Vacant Possession

Property Description

It is with great pleasure to bring to the market this conveniently located bright and spacious two double bedroom apartment within this secluded development set back behind mature gardens but still within minutes’ walk to Southgate amenities and tube station. The property boasts two private balconies, two spacious bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, large lounge with air conditioning, fully fitted quality kitchen with underfloor heating, utility cupboard, four piece bathroom suite with underfloor heating and a separate WC. Furthermore, the property comes with a secure garage, off street parking and there is also a lift within the building for added convenience.Two Double BedroomsExcellent bright & spacious layoutOriginally designed to be a 3 bed apartmentOriginal restored parquet wood flooring throughoutTwo private balconies (front & side)Double glazed windows throughoutAluminium venetian blinds throughoutGas central heatingwith thermostatically controlled valvesWashing machine & tumble dryer within utility cupboardOff street parkingOwn secure garageVacant PossessionLong leasehold

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