Hadley Close, Winchmore Hill N21 | Peter Barry Estate Agent

£2,100 pcm Hadley Close, Winchmore Hill N21

Cul De Sac

Property Summary

Peter Barry are delighted to offer this beautiful property set within a quiet cul-de-sac and only a few minutes walk to Grange Park BR station. This three bedroom detached house offers a driveway for two cars and also benefits with a garage to side. Lucky tenants enjoy a fully fitted kitchen, modern bathroom, two reception rooms with stunning parque wooden floors and a beautiful south facing rear garden with patio and lawn. Offered unfurnished and available from 03/12/2018 this property is a must view. Please call our lettings team today to get booked in.

* Offered Unfurnished
* Available 04/03/17
* Council tax band F - Approx- £2051 Per year
* EPC rating E
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