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image  Purser Court, High Road, London, N8

0208 800 1155

image ££1,750 pcm

image 2 BEDROOMS
image To Let

Property Description

A truly exceptional luxury two-bedroom two-bathroom apartment located in the ever popular and trendy Crouch End N8. Situated in Smithfield Square, Purser Court development which benefits from 24 concierge service, lift access and free use of onsite gym.

Accommodation comprises of open plan kitchen/living area, luxury kitchen fully fitted with Smeg appliances; dishwasher, washing machine, integrated oven, wooden floors and floor to ceiling windows. Stunning master bedroom with walk in fitted cupboard area, private en-suite with exquisite finish. Second single room with access to small private balcony, perfect use as a spare room or study room. Further benefits include fitted cupboard in hallway, intercom and underfloor heating throughout.

Smithfield Square development is Located within a few minutes` walk of shops, bars and restaurants on Hornsey High Street and Crouch End Broadway. For easy transport into central London - Hornsey train station (Over ground) and Turnpike Lane tube station (Piccadilly Line) are only a few minutes` walk away. There are direct trains to Finsbury Park (4 mins) and Moorgate (19 mins) from Hornsey Station.

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