Hornsey Rise, N19 3SB

£500,000

Beautifully Presented 2 Double Bedroom 2 Bathroom Period Apartment – Hornsey Rise N19

House -

This elegant two-bedroom apartment is set on the first floor of an imposing Victorian building on Hornsey Rise, directly opposite the much admired Elthorne Park. The design celebrates the building’s expansive proportions and original details combined with modern conveniences.

The building is set back from the road with the entrance on Ashley Road with security audio entry system. The original house, of which this is a part, was built in the 1890s and as such has wonderful period proportions and high ceilings.

The hallway is typically wide and provides access to a bright and spacious living room with views overlooking Elthorne Park. Leading into a separate contemporary kitchen with exposed brick wall. The design is stylish and light with two double bedroom and 2 full size bathrooms, one being en-suite to the main bedroom. Both bedrooms are at the rear and enjoying garden views.

The property is located at the foot of Hornsey Rise, a short walk from Stroud Green Road, known for The Old Dairy, an ornate Victorian dairy gastro pub, organic shops such as Urban Native, and Butler’s, an independent wine shop and delicatessen. Crouch End is within easy reach with its excellent selection of shops, restaurants, pubs and cinemas. Alongside Arthouse, a local arts centre and independent cinema.

There are many excellent parks within easy reach in this part of north London. The Parkland walk is much-loved trail on a disused railway line that connects Finsbury Park up to Highgate. To the west is Waterlow Park and Hampstead Heath, and beyond Crouch End to the north is Alexandra Palace.

Archway Underground station is within 13 minutes’ walk, for the Northern Line, while Finsbury Park is a little further and easily accessible by bus for the Victoria & Piccadilly Lines and mainline trains. Crouch Hill Overground station is just a five-minute walk away.

contact us
Property Features
  • House

Leave a Reply