Inderwick Road, Crouch End, London, N8

5 beds | 2 baths | 2 receptions | Guide price £1,399,000

  • Freehold
  • 2,258 sq ft of living space
  • 5 bedrooms
  • Double reception room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Cellar with seperate access
  • Mature 37' garden
  • Potential for cellar conversion (STPP)

A substantial 5 bedroom family home located on one of Crouch End's most sought after streets. Providing 2,259 sq. ft of flexible living accommodation with the added advantage of a private rear garden and a cellar.

The house benefits from light and spacious rooms with excellent ceiling heights and retains many of its original period features.

Comprising an interconnecting reception room and dining room on the ground floor along with a large kitchen / breakfast room to the rear and access out to a mature 37' garden.

The cellar is also accessed via the kitchen, as well as having a separate entrance at the front of the house and has the possibility of being remodelled to provide further accommodation subject to the usual planning consents.

A large double bedroom / family room and separate bathroom are located on the half landing with 3 further double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor. A further attic room provides a 5th bedroom with lots of eaves storage.

Inderwick Road is ideally located for all the shops, restaurants and amenities of The Broadway as well as being just moments from Stationers Park, boasting a tennis court, basketball court, playing field and children’s playground - a hub of the local community. The larger green open spaces of Crouch End playing fields and Alexander Palace are also within easy reach.

As well as the local amenities of Crouch End, nearby Finsbury Park has undergone a huge amount of re-generation in recent years with the introduction of many new independent shops and restaurants as well as the famous Park Theatre. The imminent City North development will also provide more shops, restaurants and cafes and a multiscreen cinema. Nearby transport links include Crouch Hill (Barking to Gospel Oak Overground) and Harringay and Hornsey (Great Northern line) stations with Finsbury Park station providing access to both underground (Victoria and Piccadilly lines) and overground lines with connections to King’s Cross and Moorgate to the South and Welwyn Garden City and Peterborough to the north. A number of well connected bus routes also run from nearby Weston Park as well as The Broadway. There are a number of good local schools in the immediate area including nearby Weston Park Primary School, Rokesly School and Hornsey School for Girls.

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