Hungerford Rd, Hillmarton Conservation. N7

£510,000

Bright and spacious three bedroom two bathroom flat on the second floor of a purpose built block quietly and conveniently located within easy reach of Caledonian Road tube station (Piccadilly Line), Kings Cross/St Pancras Mainline and Eurostar stations and Holloway Road's multiple shopping and transport facilities. Gas centrally heated. Excellent condition throughout. Fully fitted kitchen. Double glazed throughout. Excellent storage. Chain free

Living Room 16'3" x 10'6" Large double glazed window
Kitchen Diner Ample dining space. Included in above measurements
Bedroom 11'9" x 10' With ensuite bathroom
Bedroom 11'6" x 10'5" Double glazed casement window
Bedroom 11'6" x 8'9" Double glazed casement window
Entrance Hall 11'4' x 9'6" Extends to 23' total length. Storage cupboards
Bathroom 8'1" x 5'7" White suite. Window. Fully tiled
Bathroom 5'6" x 5'4" Ensuite to bedroom 1. Fully tiled

Tenure: Leasehold 89 years
Ground rent: £10 p.a.
Service charge: £74 per month. Includes buildings insurance
Council tax: Band C (Islington Borough)
INTERACTIVE FLOORPLAN

PROPERTY LOCATION

STREET INFO

During the 1600s this land was owned by the Halliday family. Margaret Halliday married Sir Edward Hungerford, who also gave his name to Hungerford Market and Hungerford Bridge. Hungerford Road is a long straight road parallel to Camden Road N7 but with a fraction of its traffic. It runs north east from York Way to Hillmarton Road and gives access to Hartham Road, Middleton Grove and Beacon Hill. It's a mix of mostly 1880s and 1970s architecture. Most of the period houses are found on the northern side set back from the street behind mature gardens with grand entrances on raised ground floor (mostly wide semi-detached villas). The street is lined with mainly lime trees and some rowan and apple.

Four and three storey modern blocks occupy most of the southern side of the road. These were built by L.B. Islington in 1975 as quality maisonettes and many have been bought from the council and since re-sold. We've been responsible for many of these sales over the years. Each year we sell more flats in this one road than any other.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Caledonian Road tube station Piccadilly Line It takes 6 minutes 49 seconds to walk the length of Hungerford Road. Using our stop watch we timed a further 6 minutes 17 seconds to walk to Caledonian Road tube station (Piccadilly Line).
Various bus routes on Camden Road Bus routes 29 253 N29 N253 N279