This delightfully renovated four-bedroom family home in Tottenham effortlessly marries contemporary function with Victorian personality.

Fairbourne Road, Tottenham, 4 Bed. House



Wonderfully spacious, this four-bedroom mid-terrace home just off Phillip Lane has been thoughtfully remodelled to create a versatile and characterful interior, ideal for busy modern life.

The ground floor feels fluid and spacious as the open living and dining rooms flow into the sleek, bespoke kitchen design by Roundhouse. Clean lines abound with stylish and functional in-built storage, perfect for scurrying away toys and mittens in time for evening entertaining with friends. Heading upstairs to the first floor, there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom featuring a mix of metro and colourful mosaic tiles. And on the uppermost level is a wonderful light-filled lofty space with a handy ensuite shower room.

Fairbourne Road is a hop and a skip from two green spaces: Lordship Rec and Downhills Park. They are filled with activities such as tennis courts, a paddling pool, playgrounds, and BMX tracks. Both have excellent community cafés. Sprawling Walthamstow Wetlands lie just to the East, perfect for nature-filled weekend rambles. While close at hand, Bruce Grove High Street will swing you down to Seven Sisters, where you'll find various transport connections, including the speedy Victoria Line.


Our family has adored living in this beautiful home and restoring it to add even more character and charm. The flow makes everyday cooking and living easy –– we have enjoyed hosting many parties, filling the whole house with joy and laughter.

There is a warm and welcoming community on the doorstep, and we feel fortunate to have made many wonderful friendships with other families over the years. A particular highlight is the festive annual street parties linking Fairbourne and adjacent Chester Roads.


Energy Performance Certificate:

Energy Efficiency Rating: D. Potential rating B.

Council Tax:

In the Borough of Haringey, the property falls into Council Tax Band D (£1,966.00 in 2022/23).


Current approx. monthly utility costs: gas £115, electricity £115 and water £35

Recent work:

The owners have extensively refurbished the home, including a new kitchen with built-in appliances, large sliding windows and bi-fold doors to maximise light and flow. They have also fitted a Nest thermostat and a new energy-efficient boiler. They refitted the chimney breast with a restored Victorian fireplace and added built-in storage in the dining room and under the stairs in the entranceway.

Getting around:

The overground from Bruce Grove quickly connects to Seven Sisters on the Victoria line and also takes you to Hackney, Bethnal Green and Liverpool Street in 30 minutes. It's like an extension of the Victorian Line with benefits.

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