A bright and ever-so-charming one bedroom flat, in a glorious Victorian building right in the heart of Stroud Green.
Spanning one and a half floors of an impressive house, this apartment has a lovely eat-in kitchen, double bedroom and wonderfully light and large living space. Moments from Finsbury Park and the ever-growing hubbub of Stroud Green, it is a gorgeous pad, perfect for any first time home owner.
Beatrice Road, Stroud Green, 1 Bed. Flat
This flat is a true, bohemian gem, so it is tricky to pick out favourite aspects. Having said that, the overall atmosphere of the place is peaceful and calm yet oozing with character.
We especially love the large living/dining room, separated from the main body of the flat by a delightful, wooden half-staircase.
POINTS TO CONSIDER
It’s so residential and quiet round here, that the nearest shop is a ten minute walk away. Having said that, once you reach Stroud Green proper, you really are spoiled for choice.
The roof was completely replaced last year, so there’s no need to worry about maintenance to this building for some time.
THE OWNERS SAY
I love living in this flat with its abundance of character, warmth and beautiful natural sunlight. The split-level nature gives it a spacious and genuinely
homely feel; I especially love the sunlight which floods into the living room in the afternoon.
Situated on a quiet residential street, it is very calm here and feels far away from the madding crowds. Having said that, Finsbury Park Tube station is only ten minutes walk away; so too Stroud Green, where there are a multitude of cafes and local restaurants to choose from; not to mention Finsbury Park right on the doorstep!
THE LEGAL BIT
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This little café is a real local favourite. Its delicious pastries and award-winning Ozone coffee get almost as much love as its friendly service. But First Coffee is just around the corner from Harringay station, so you can get to know your new neighbours by making it part of your morning routine.
Their second location shares more of the good stuff: a bakery/café by day and a pizza and wine spot by night. The Dusty Knuckle is a purpose-driven business that helps at-risk young people take forward steps in their lives through on-the-job training and mentorship. Insanely popular and utterly delicious, there isn't anything about his place we don't like.
The grand establishment that is The Salisbury harks back to the days when the area was rather well-to-do. It’s both a relief and a delight that despite various refurbishments over the years, no one has gone and done anything silly like ripping out the original Victorian saloon bar and décor. A wonderful pub. And even more special when you can call it your ‘local’.
Lush outdoor swimming spot, in the summer it even warms up enough for fair-weather swimmers.
Easily one of the best local places to get quality, organic produce and all sorts of other delicious or practical home produce. And you get to take it home in their own tote, which reads: “Not Another Tescos.” A sentiment we can all get behind.