An exceptionally bright and spacious raised ground floor one bedroom flat with high ceilings converted from an elegant late Victorian semi detached house in a leafy street within moments of multiple bus routes and Caledonian Road tube station (Piccadilly Line). Gas centrally heated. Good condition throughout. Separate utility room. Fabulous living room with tall bay sash windows and working fireplace. Share of rear garden. Share of Freehold. Chain free.
Living room 19'3" x 16'1" Bay sash windows. High ceilings. Fireplace
Kitchen 9'1" x 6'2" Fully fitted
Bedroom 14'6" x 9' Sash window. Two fitted wardrobes
Bathroom 10'1" x 5'4" Fully tiled. White suite. Window
Utility room 7'3" x 6'6" Two windows. Off half landing
Garden 25' x 22' Shared
Tenure: Share of freehold
Service charge £500 p.a.
Council tax: Band C (Islington Borough)
The name Hillmarton derives from a place in Wiltshire, possibly connected with Henry Bunkell who developed this area in the 1800s after buying 13 acres of fields from Thomas Poyning (hence Poynings Road). Hillmarton Road is a busy one way street with northbound traffic travelling from Caledonian Road to Camden Road. Most of the buildings are large Victorian semi detached villas and three and four storey terraced houses; many of which have been converted into separate flats. It's a very broad leafy road with mainly lime trees with some rowan and London plane.
Most of these houses come with large gardens. In many cases, where a house has been converted into flats, the gardens are shared. Flats come in all shapes and sizes in this road. However, over the years, the numerous flats we have sold have tended to be on the large side.
Property prices are similar to Camden Road N7 and far more affordable than neighbouring roads such as Penn Road, Cardozo Road and Freegrove Road. The whole area is very unrecognised and under-rated. Hillmarton Road is far less busy than Camden Road and is very convenient for buses, the tube (Piccadilly Line) and major shops (Holloway Road).