Stunning 3 Bedroom House For Sale in London
The price to Purchase this property in GPB is £700,000
This house not only offers the owner a beautiful, spacious and comfortable place to live but guaranteed rental potential thanks to its near perfect location in world famous London, with latest estimates being around £2000 and upwards.
The property is a 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom house and includes:
Reception Room One 13′ x 14′ (3.96m x 4.27m). Double glazed bay window facing the front overlooking the garden. Radiator, laminate flooring, chimney breast.
Reception Room Two 11′ x 12′ (3.35m x 3.66m). Double glazed window facing the rear overlooking the garden. Radiator, laminate flooring, chimney breast.
Garden 21’5″ x 35’2″ (6.53m x 10.72m). in excess of 35ft, concrete paved with lawn to the rear.
Kitchen Diner 10′ x 14′ (3.05m x 4.27m). Double glazed bay window facing the front overlooking the garden. Radiator, tiled flooring. Wood work surface, fitted units, stainless steel sink, electric oven, induction hob, overhead extractor, space for dishwasher, space for washing machine.
Bathroom 10′ x 6′ (3.05m x 1.83m). Double glazed window with frosted glass facing the rear overlooking the garden. Heated towel rail, tiled flooring, built-in storage cupboard. Low level WC, panelled bath with mixer tap, shower over bath, pedestal sink with mixer tap, extractor fan.
Bedroom One 15’1″ x 12’2″ (4.6m x 3.7m). Double bedroom; double glazed window facing the front overlooking the garden. Radiator, original floorboards, a built-in wardrobe.
Bedroom Two 11′ x 11′ (3.35m x 3.35m). Double bedroom; double glazed window facing the rear overlooking the garden. Radiator, original floorboards.
Bedroom Three 9’2″ x 10’1″ (2.8m x 3.07m). Double bedroom; double glazed window facing the rear overlooking the garden. Radiator, carpeted flooring.
Loft 20′ x 16’1″ (6.1m x 4.9m). Fully boarded with ample storage could be used as another bedroom
Cellar 20′ x 5′ (6.1m x 1.5m). Fully boarded with ample storage could be extended into living quarters.
The property is a 10 minute walk to Tottenham Hotspurs Football Club.
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