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Laid out over the raised and lower ground floors of an attractive 1820s Georgian mid-terrace, this well apportioned conversion has a lot to offer any new owner.
The living room opens through to the kitchen with two beautiful sash windows to the front and rear giving a wonderful viewings over Barnard Park. Appliances in the kitchen include integrated fridge-freezer, full size dishwasher and oven with gas hob.
Leading down to the lower ground floor there is a three-piece bathroom suit accessible from the hall landing, a built in cupboard for extra storage and access to a shared back yard. Two double bedrooms occupy the lower ground floor space, both of which benefit from large windows allowing the maximum amount of natural light into each room. Access to the under pavement vaults is proved by the bedroom to the front.
The main feature that sets this property apart from others in the vicinity is the cavernous and well-appointed annex/outbuilding accessible from the shared back yard which is of period construction. The internal space has been modified to include a fully fitted kitchen, utility room and separate wet room along with some modern features such as skylights and gas, wall mounted fireplace. The annex cannot be sub-let or used for commercial purposes.
Barnsbury Road enjoys a quiet, leafy location at the heart of the Barnsbury conservation area in Islington. There is an abundance of local garden squares and the open green space of Barnard Park right on your door step. Nearby Upper Street, with its plethora of shops, bars and fashionable eateries is just a short stroll away. The City, Kings Cross and Clerkenwell are also within easy walking distance. Nearest stations are Angel for Northern Line, Highbury and Islington for Victoria Line and Kings Cross/St Pancras for other tubes and mainline rail services including Eurostar.
Islington is home to a diverse range of residents and offers a vast choice of property types, from large Georgian squares to modern apartments. Historically, it was once thought of as a deprived area, with the London blitz destroying much of the region. However, post-war rebuilding and rapid gentrification has made it one of London’s most popular locations for well-heeled and cultured residents.