Darwin Road, Wood Green
- Two double bedrooms
- Two reception rooms
- Modern bathroom
- End of terrace, side access to the garden
- Additional study room
- Fully Fitted kitchen
- Lovely private rear garden
- Arranged over three floors
- Close to transport links, parks and shops / restaurant
Total accommodation measures approx.831sq ft.
We are delighted to offer for sale this beautifully presented end of terrace period cottage which is arranged over three floors and various mezzanine levels.
This delightful home comprises two separate reception rooms on the ground floor which offer private spaces if you need to work from home, they also work well for entertaining. There is a modern fitted kitchen which leads directly to a fabulous private South East facing garden.
The first floor benefits from two double bedrooms both of which are nicely decorated while the top floor level includes a further study room and a bathroom.
This wonderful home is in a popular North London location when it comes to transport links. Piccadilly Line Underground Stations at Wood Green (Zone 3) and Turnpike Lane are close by providing excellent links into the City of London and the West End. Wood Green high street also has numerous bus routes that will take you into Islington, Stoke Newington, Hackney and central London.
The busy Shopping area at Wood Green is home to a wide selection of well-known stores as well as the cinema complex and a multitude of independent restaurants and coffee shops.
The property is within easy reach of fashionable neighbouring areas including Green Lanes Harringay, Crouch End and Alexandra Palace all of which offer a variety of local independent pubs, cafe's, restaurants and boutique shops.
Darwin Road is situated in the heart of the Noel Park Conservation Area which was designed in circa 1885 by the leading housing architect of the time, Rowland Plumbe. Noel Park is a model community of 2200 homes built in the Victorian Gothic style by the Artizans, Labourers & General Dwellings Company in phases between 1882 - 1910 and was one of the UK's first 'garden suburbs'.
The sellers thoughts:
"I've lived in the property for 10 years and have loved the peace and quiet of our house and being part of the neighbourhood community. We've made lots of friends in the area and are close with our next door neighbours, who are unfailingly quiet and considerate. Wood Green has all the shops you could want, we particualrly rely on the wonderful international and Turkish shops on Lordship Lane, and the big Morrisons and Wilko in Wood Green. We've really enjoyed being 20 minutes away from King's Cross and half an hour away from Central London, you can't beat the transport links from Wood Green and Turnpike Lane. We often walk to local parks and enjoy walking the bars and restaurants on Green Lanes and to the Alexandra Palace farmers market".
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