College Road, London N21 | Peter Barry Estate Agent

£1,450 pcm College Road, London N21

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Property Summary

Presenting this gorgeous ground floor period conversion to the lettings market. Located on a quiet residential road in a great location , the property is but a few minutes walk from the local amenities and transport links that Winchmore hill have to offer. The property has been tastefully decorated to a modern standard whilst retaining its period features and charm. Comprises two spacious bedrooms, modern bathroom ,fitted kitchen and spacious reception. The property is available furnished and benefits from a substantial private garden and patio area.

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Market Update February 2017

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Market Update - October 2016

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