Converted from a historic Landmark building dated circa 1910, this beautifully presented two-bedroom apartment offers approximately 776 sq ft of internal living-space and allocated parking in the underground car park, located on a highly sought-after road moments from a multitude of transport links and an array of bustling food outlets, eateries and pop-up boutiques.
Formerly a Money Order Office of the Post Office, this enchanting development, now home to 180 loft apartments and duplex penthouses, was designed with strong French architectural influences, with the Beaux Arts style clearly visible and recognisable from New Yorks Grand Central Station and the Musée dOrsay in Paris. The Grade II Landmark Beaux Arts Building affords its residents a 24-hour concierge service based in the grand foyer, three beautiful landscaped communal gardens complete with water fountain, a modern fitness centre with a steam-room and sauna and roof terraces that offer far-reaching views across Londons ever-changing skyline. Entered on the 5th floor via a lift or stairs, this naturally bright and laterally spacious apartment has been tastefully refurbished throughout and comprises of a generous reception area with ample space for dining, a semi-open-plan fitted kitchen with a selection of wall and base units, two good-sized double bedrooms with an intercommunicating walk-in wardrobe and a fully-tiled bathroom. The layout of this airy home provides views towards Highgate and Crouch End in one direction and the City in the other. Residents of Manor Gardens have the advantage of being in one of the most vibrant locations in North London; the development is within easy reach of a number of amenities including supermarkets, farmers markets, eateries and coffee shops. The villages of Crouch End, Hampstead and Highgate as well as the buzz of Upper Street are all close by, offering further shops, boutiques, arts venues, entertainment facilities and outdoor leisure opportunities. The immediate area is serviced by a number of transport links including the Underground stations of Holloway Road (0.7 miles away), Finsbury Park (0.9 miles away) and Archway (0.8 miles away), as well as the Holloway Road station on the Overground. Plenty of bus routes give access to destinations throughout London, including the West End, Kings Cross and the City.