Quietly situated, is this classic Victorian four-bedroom family house with period features and a sun trap of a south-facing garden. Situated four houses above the New River, towards the top of one of the Harringay Ladders gently sloping streets.
Well renovated by the current owners with homage to the original character of the house to provide a tasteful and sophisticated period family home. Internal accommodation is arranged over three levels and provides over 1453 Sq. ft / 134.99 Sq.m of living space plus storage space. There is also great potential to extend in to the loft (subject to any consents).
The classical Victorian eight panel front door with stained-glass panes gives way to a welcoming entrance hall complete with sanded wood floors, ornate plaster corbels and a beautiful Victorian staircase with carved wood balusters, balustrade and spindles.
Original four panel doors provide access to the double reception room. Natural light pours in through the large bay windows at the front and tall French doors with stained glass to the rear. Waxed Victorian pine floorboards complete the look with a lovely fireplace and plaster ceiling mouldings above. This large double reception also benefits from interconnecting dividing doors which can be used to create one large space or two smaller “cosy” rooms.
The clean lines and minimal design of the all-white kitchen complement the elegant Victorian features of this magnificent 25ft kitchen-breakfast room with bay window to the rear and tall French doors that open onto York stone patio for outdoor BBQ’s overlooking the well-manicured south facing back garden.
On the first floor are three large double bedrooms, one of which spans the width at the front of the house with bay window and a further smaller forth bedroom/study. Off the landing is a well-designed family shower room.
This is a great area, becoming more desirable by the day, with great transport links at Manor House (Piccadilly Lines Zone 2) and two nearby overground railway stations. Turnpike Lane Underground Station and shopping and entertainment is also at your doorstep. The green spaces of Finsbury Park, Fairland Park, Chestnuts Park and Ducketts Common are also within easy reach as is the green corridor of the Parkland Walk.
With bustling Green Lanes at the end of the road, you have an array of superb Turkish cuisine on your doorstep, as well as the ever growing mix of independent stores, bars and cafes. You’ll love the recently opened Dusty Knuckle bakery and the cool Brouhaha beer/cocktail bar and Salisbury Tavern which are a short distance away.
Pemberton Road is a lovely street with a great community of people with a mix of families and young professional. The property is in the catchment area for the highly acclaimed South Harringay School but is also close enough to North Harringay School. There are endless kids’ activities and community groups for those with young families.
Transport links are excellent; the property is equidistant from Turnpike Lane and Manor House on the Piccadilly Line. You also have Harringay rail station or Hornsey Train Stations which provide direct access to Finsbury Park, Highbury & Islington, Kings Cross, Old Street and Moorgate and Harringay Green Lanes an east/west line which to the west provides direct access to Hampstead Heath at Gospel Oak and beyond that to Richmond and to the east Black Horse Road and the Walthamstow Wetlands.
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