Rosebery Avenue, London, N17


3 Bedroom House Under Offer

Tasteful 3 bedroom home close to Tottenham Hale station & Bruce Grove station with outstanding schools and nearby green space.

This well presented home is full of original features including coving, fireplaces & stripped & stained flooring. The house has been redecorated throughout with a double-width hallway and open plan living/dining room leading to a spacious kitchen and garden.

The property is in the historic Bruce Grove area of Tottenham and has outstanding access to green space. At the end of the road (0.4 miles) is the gateway to the River Lee via Tottenham Marshes, leading to the Lea Valley Park and on to Walthamstow Wetlands. There are two other parks within half a mile. Although the house is situated on a quiet street, it is just 0.3 miles from the bustling Tottenham high street with local pubs, butchers, and grocery stores. Transport connections offer quick access to central London via the Victoria Line (Tottenham Hale) and directly into Liverpool Street via the London Overground (Bruce Grove).

There are outstanding schools within half a mile. The nearest primary school (Harris Primary Academy, 0.3 miles) and the nearest secondary school (Harris Academy Tottenham, 0.5 miles) are both rated Outstanding by Ofsted.

The property has significant potential, being located in an area undergoing substantial investment with the recent opening of the new Tottenham stadium, the redevelopment of Tottenham Hale station already underway, and major investment already agreed for nearby Ashley Road and Hale Village. The property itself could be expanded via a loft extension (STPP).

Viewings highly recommended.

Tenure: Freehold

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Office Details

612 High Road
N17 9TA

0208 885 6800

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