Moments from the very best of Crouch End, this three-bedroom maisonette has its own private garden, a breezy aesthetic and a spacious, family-friendly floor plan.

Nelson Road, Crouch End, 3 Bed. Flat



Lively, cheerful and fresh, this three-bedroom flat applies a thoroughly modern sensibility to a period canvas. The tiled entryway curves upward to the open-plan living room/dining room/kitchen. Brightly lit by a wall of windows and flanked by bespoke cabinetry, this brilliantly designed space offers plenty of room to work and study, eat and socialise, read and relax. There’s even a wood burner for additional cosy-ness.

There’s a striking tiled bathroom and a good-sized spare room/home office on the same floor, with stairs leading down to the walled garden with its lush climbers, blooms and branches. Tucked under eaves are two quiet bedrooms. The main sleeping space even has a beauty of a built-in wardrobe with shower room next door.

This spacious, bi-level layout is ideal for a work-from-home couple or a family who wants to balance me-time with we-time.

Crouch End Broadway is at the end of the road. The whole neighbourhood has village-like vibe, with some of the most popular pubs, shops, restaurants and not one but two arthouse cinemas. Also nearby is lovely little Stationers Park, Priory Park and Crouch End Playing Fields, so there’s no shortage of green space and fresh-air fun to be had. Hornsey Station is closest, with mainline rail service to the City and beyond.


The EPC gives a current Energy Efficiency Rating: D.

In the Borough of Haringey, the flat falls into Council Tax Band E (£2083).

One of only two flats in the building, the flat has a share of freehold with 999 years on the lease and peppercorn rent. There is no service charge.

Over the past five years, the current owners have fitted a new kitchen with custom cupboard doors, a quartz worktop and two ovens; fitted a new bathroom and en suite shower room; laid engineered wood flooring in the kitchen, living room and spare bedroom; re-plastered the entire flat; replaced the fuse box; installed underfloor heating in the kitchen and spare bedroom; fitted new radiators in the living room and new semi-smart heating zones throughout; repainted and re-carpeted the communal hallway. Outside, the owners have paved the garden and added the shed.


We love the open-plan kitchen with breakfast bar and the flexible layout of the living room. The large kitchen, complete double ovens and loads of storage, is perfect for cooking feasts for friends and family. The garden catches the afternoon and evening sunshine and feels like an outdoor living room for relaxing or having BBQs.

Our Nelson Road neighbours are the best, and it’s great being so close to all the restaurants, cinemas, independent cafes and bars in Crouch End. We’re also close to the tennis and squash club and a short walk from Hornsey train station for quick trips to central London.


While we endeavour to maintain accurate photographs, floor plans, and descriptions, these are intended as a guide and purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection. Total floorplan measurements have been rounded for ease. Distances are also provided as an approximate.

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1 Arthouse Cinema

Occupying the site of the old Salvation Army Hall music palace, the entirely independent Arthouse Cinema showcases critically acclaimed flicks, streams National Theatre productions and even hosts the Haringey film festival—proving it’s a true neighbourhood institution.

2 The Harmless Store

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3 Bistro Aix

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5 Little Mercies

An absolute stonker of a bar and restaurant, serving classic cocktails, and cocktails with a twist, alongside tapas-style dishes designed for sharing, yet so tasty you won’t want to!