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image  Digby Crescent, London, N4

0208 800 1155

image ££1,900 pcm

image 2 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image To Let


 2 Bedrooms
 Finsbury Park
 Roof Terrace
 Part furnished

Property Description

Clissold Park / Finsbury Park - A truly stunning two-bedroom split level apartment with large private south facing terrace situated within a few moments` walk of the wide open spaces of Clissold Park. This charming property has been lovingly maintained by the current owner and is now ready for first time rental occupation. The property is perfect for two professionals or a small family. Comprising two double bedrooms, luxury modern bathroom with three-piece suite, separate reception with access to private terrace, top floor contemporary eat-in kitchen with fully integrated appliances (dishwasher, washing machine and fridge / freezer) and dining / second lounge space.

The apartment is located within close proximity to Finsbury Park (Victoria Line), Arsenal and Manor House (Piccadilly line) with excellent access to the city. Highbury & Stoke Newington are also within a short distance from the property via public transport with plenty of local shops, bars and trendy eateries.

Part Furnished. Available Mid July 2018.

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