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image  Lordsmead Road, London, N17

0208 800 1155


image ££2,500 pcm

image 5 BEDROOMS
image 2 RECEPTIONS
image 2 BATHROOMS
image To Let

Features

 5 Bedrooms
 2 Receptions
 2 Bathrooms
 House
 Furnished Property

Property Description

*Available for viewings from 22nd May 2018*

Newly decorated large five double bedroom house with spare study room and split over three floors on this lovely residential road. The property comprises large reception room, conservatory and ground floor W.C large kitchen / dinner plus access to sole use of rear private garden. First floor three double bedrooms, one study room and family bathroom suite. Top floor master bedroom with private en suite shower / W.C. Further benefits include double glazing, gas central heating and garden summer house. The property also has been newly decorated, with new carpets and new kitchen white goods.

Located within a short distance to Bruce Grove BR Station to Liverpool Street and Tottenham Hale Station (Victoria Line) with excellent access to the city. Tottenham Hale Retail Park with many shops is also located near the property. Furnished.

Available June 2018.


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