Mayton Street, London, London, N7
£835,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
This attractive three bedroom maisonette is on the first, second and loft floors of a Victorian terraced house on a quiet street. It has sash windows and original floorboards, lots of natural light and a 40-foot private section of the rear garden.

The flat is spacious, light and characterful. On the first floor is a high-ceilinged living room with two large windows, and a separate light-filled kitchen with range oven, plenty of space for dining and a large window overlooking an attractive expanse of back gardens.

The separate utility room with WC has steps leading down to a 40-ft private section of the secluded rear garden. The garden is well-tended with mature trees and plants. The light-filled bathroom has a south-east facing window, a shower over the bath and heated towel rail.

On the second floor is a spacious master bedroom, currently used as a home office, overlooking the street. The second bedroom has a large south-east facing window. Both bedrooms have ample storage.

An original Victorian staircase leads to the loft area where there is a spacious third bedroom under the pitched roof. Two Velux windows face south-east, and cupboards have been built into the eaves. The roof was replaced and insulated in 2012.

The property is in good structural condition, but could benefit from some updating. Viewing it is a must in order to experience its attractive and welcoming character.

Mayton Street is in a Low Traffic Neighbourhood. It is friendly and community-minded, with a delightful parklet run by green-conscious residents. There are two good primary schools within a few minutes' walk.

This Zone 2 area is well-served with buses and tubes: Piccadilly & Victoria lines are about 10 minutes' walk away. London Overground is also nearby. Central London is easily accessible. Heathrow is one hour away on the Piccadilly Line. Waitrose, Lidl and Morrisons are 3 minutes' walk, and the Holloway area offers a good collection of independent cafés, shops, restaurants, cinemas and green spaces, including Finsbury Park.

The owner says:

I've lived here for 30 years and love the flat and the garden, and the excellent transport links. There's a genuine community feel in this road - a rare thing to experience in London. It's been a delight to get to know people of all ages and backgrounds. I'm downsizing and moving close by because I want to stay connected to my local community.

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