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image  Ridge Road, London, N8

0208 800 1155

image Let

image 2 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Let Agreed


 Crouch End
 2 Bedrooms
 outside space available
 Unfurnished Property
 Pets Considered
 Gas central heating

Property Description

*The property is suitable for pets. The landlord will accept a small size dog or cat*

Prime location! Crouch End N8 - Stunning newly refurbished two-bedroom flat with sole use of charming well maintained rear garden, finished to a high quality. The property retains some character features, offering high ceilings and spacious feel throughout. Whilst offering all new mod-cons, fully fitted and equipped kitchen including dishwasher and open plan living area. Two bedrooms and luxury modern bathroom with three-piece suite. Further benefits include wooden flooring gas central heating and beautiful sunny south facing rear garden with patio and grass area.

The property is located off Ferme Park Road, in fashionable Crouch End with a vast array of popular shops, restaurants and bars a short distance away. Harringay BR connecting Finsbury Park Tube Station (Victoria and Piccadilly lines) Moorgate & City.

Unfurnished. Available now.

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