Date available: Now available!
Newly Decorated (before new tenants move in)
Three double bedrooms
Walking distance to over-ground station
Local Amenities on your doorstep
Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room
Open Plan Living Room / Kitchen
Wooden flooring throughout
Spacious, modern, newly decorated well laid out three double bedroom duplex flat (over 2nd&3rd floors), located in prime Crouch End on the Broadway, N8. The property comprises 3 double bedrooms (one with en-suite shower room), separate modern bathroom, bright and spacious open plan kitchen/living room with feature fireplace, high ceilings and wood flooring throughout. Offered unfurnished
£2,188.33pcm / £505pw (payable monthly) – no bills included
Five weeks rent deposit (£2,525) required and one month’s rent (£2,188.33) in advance.
References will be taken (employment ref, previous landlord ref, last 3 months bank statements and copy of passports).
Council Tax (Haringey Borough Council) – this property is a Band D – £1,640pa
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1st Floor Hall – 2.82 x 0.80:
Brown carpet, white painted walls, light fittings, smoke alarm
Open Plan Living Room / Kitchen – 5.34 x 3.86:
Wood flooring, white painted walls, radiators, light fittings, feature fireplace (non-working), TV & Tel points, Venetian blinds, entry phone
Bedroom 1 – 4.10 x 3.60:
Wood flooring, white painted walls, light fitting, radiator, Venetian blinds
En Suite Shower-Room – 0.74 x 2.11:
Grey floor tiles, white wall tiles and white painted walls, boiler cupboard (Ideal boiler inside), light fitting, extractor fan, WC, chrome toilet roll holder, sink with chrome tap and cupboard underneath, shower cubicle with bi-fold door, chrome taps & shower-head, sliding door to enter en suite
2nd Floor Landing Area / Staircase:
Brown carpet, white painted walls, light fitting, overhead storage cupboard and larger storage cupboard
Bathroom (2nd Floor) – 1.74 x 1.62:
Grey floor tiles, white painted walls, light fitting, chrome towel radiator, chrome toilet roll holder, WC, sink with chrome tap and cupboard underneath, extractor fan, bath with chrome taps, shower-head & bi-fold shower door
Bedroom 2 (2nd Floor) – 4.46 x 3.25:
Wood flooring, cream painted walls, radiator, double bed, Venetian blind, light fitting
Bedroom 3 (2nd Floor) – 5.31 x 3.72:
Wood flooring, white painted walls, light fitting, feature fireplace, radiator, feature window, blind on pulley, double bed, built in cupboard, 2 eaves/storage cupboards
Dimensions: (approx. Room sizes in metric)
1st Floor Hall – 2.82 x 0.80
Open Plan Living Room / Kitchen – 5.34 x 3.86
Bedroom 1 – 4.10 x 3.60
En Suite Shower-Room – 0.74 x 2.11
2nd Floor Landing Area / Staircase
Bathroom (2nd Floor) – 1.74 x 1.62
Bedroom 2 (2nd Floor) – 4.46 x 3.25
Bedroom 3 (2nd Floor) – 5.31 x 3.72
Hornsey (0.6 miles – National Rail)
Crouch Hill (0.7 miles – London Overground)
Harringay (0.8 miles – National Rail)
Situated in prime Crouch End on the Broadway with all the local amenities on your doorstep and walking distance to overground stations. Crouch End is in Zone 3.
Although Crouch End doesn’t have its own Underground station, it is well served by trains from Hornsey and Crouch Hill. Trains from Hornsey take 20 minutes to Moorgate.
Overground: Harringay Green Lanes Overground station takes you west towards Hampstead Heath and east towards Barking. Kings Cross St Pancras is 35 minutes away.
Bus: Several buses connect Crouch End to Central London, as well as to other areas of North London. Buses include numbers 41 (to Archway) and 91 (to Trafalgar Square). The W5 and W7 serve Archway, Muswell Hill, and Finsbury Park, which is on the Piccadilly and Victoria lines. Crouch End has two-night buses: N41 and N91.
Cycle: Crouch End is approximately a 45-min cycle from London Bridge.
The vibrancy of Crouch End can be witnessed by watching locals hurry along the tree lined streets that converge at the red brick clock tower that marks the heart of the Broadway. The vitality of Crouch End gives its residents much to be proud of. Food shopping and restaurant options abound, locals are never short of exotic dining options. The area has a village like feel. Crouch End has long been a hive of creativity, with some estimates suggesting 40 per cent of residents are employed in the creative industries. Packed with attractive architecture, good schools, lively shopping streets and leafy surrounding parks, this pocket of Haringey borough is thriving and hugely popular.
Bob Dylan used to be spotted in Crouch End, where he came to record at The Church Studios on Crouch Hill. Urban legend has it that he dined at Banner’s restaurant, where there is now a plaque commemorating his visit.
The striking red brick clock tower at the centre of Crouch End Broadway was erected in memory of local politician Henry Reader Williams (1822-97) who worked tirelessly to preserve the character of Crouch End and saved Highgate Wood from development.
Crouch End is home to celebrities including actors Tamzin Outhwaite, Simon Pegg, James McAvoy and columnist Caitlin Moran.
Crouch End has retained a large quantity of period properties, which comprise the majority of its property market today either as houses or conversions. The area continues to be popular with young families and professional couples.
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Energy Efficiency Rating: 60, Band – D
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