Cloudesley Road, N1 £1,125,000
2 Bedroom House
- Freehold House
- 938 Sq. ft - 87 Sq. m
- Two Bedrooms
- Charming Location
FREEHOLD HOUSE IN THE BARNSBURY CONSERVATION AREA.
Located on one of the finest residential streets in the conservation area of Barnsbury, this charming and very bright double width house dates to 1870 and it is imbued in history having been the home of Meinrad Theiler, a telegraphic maker, John Urquhart a writer, and numerous artisan and craft practises.
Entered via a private paved front garden, the accommodation, on the ground floor, comprises entrance hall, double width reception room including dining area, generous kitchen and rear yard. On the first floor there is a master bedroom with ensuite shower room, second bedroom, guest bathroom and a study with a pretty Juliette balcony.
Cloudesley Road is a quiet tree lined street which runs parallel to Barnsbury Road, moments from Barnard Park and some of the best gastropubs in the area for food, wine and atmosphere, The Drapers Arms, The Albion, The Pig and Butcher and The Crown.
Locally are some of the most charming garden Squares and Upper Street, which is a short walk away, has an abundance of fashionable boutiques, shops and a Waitrose and Marks and Spencer supermarket.
Angel Underground station (Northern Line) is easily accessible as it is Kings Cross/St Pancras station with Underground, Mainline and Eurostar International services.