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image  Park View Road, Tottenham, London, N17

image ££425,000

image 3 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Under Offer

Property Description

**PRICED TO SELL** Situated moments from Down Lane Park is this classic three bedroom 1930's terraced family home. Although in need of refurbishment thoughout, a loving and sympathetic restoration would create a lovely family home.On the ground floor, the house offers a good size through lounge, spacious kitchen/breakfast room and a light & bright bathroom. On the first floor there are three good sized bedrooms. The house benefits from gas central heating and a rear garden with a brick built shed.Situated on a quiet residential street within a short walk from Tottenham Hale station (Victoria line, zone 3) with direct links and convenient access to Stansted & Liverpool Street.Tottenham Hale is currently undergoing a regeneration program. There are great shopping facilities close by including the Retail Park and quick access to shops near Bruce Grove. **CHAIN FREE**


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