A beautifully presented One Double Bedroom Apartment within a popular Art Deco Building, located just 12 minutes walk from Finsbury Park Underground Station (Victoria & Piccadilly Lines) and easy reach of the cafés, wine bars, eateries and gastro pubs stretching along Stroud Greed Road.
Originally Built in 1929 and formally used as an Art Deco Department store selling mens goods and fashion items, this very distinct building has been transformed into a range of luxury apartments. Accessed on the first floor reached from the centrally placed passenger lift, the apartment offers wonderful living space of approximately 500 SqFt, comprising of open-plan kitchen / reception room finished with high gloss units and integrated appliances including dishwasher & fridge/freezer, flooded with light from the full width window. From the hall the fully tiled bathroom comes complete with full bath tub and addition of wall mounted shower and controls, whilst the adjacent bedroom offers ample space for free standing furniture also complemented by the full width and height window drawing light into the room. Further benefits include zonal downlights, wood flooring throughout and further built in storage. Residents of The Drapery Building have the benefit of being in one of North London's most vibrant locations with the adjacent City North Landmark development which will see residents of the area benefit from a new cinema complex, shops, fitness centre and supermarket. There are further recreational facilities close by including the 110 acres of green open space at Finsbury Park, leisure centres and ever popular Park Theatre on the same parade. Nearby Stroud Green Road and Highbury Barn offer a range of amenities including supermarkets, eateries, independent coffee shops, wine bars and bakeries. The area is serviced by a number of transport links with Finsbury Park Underground Station (Victoria & Piccadilly Lines) and Holloway Road Underground Station (Piccadilly Line) both CIRCA 12 minutes walk, with further access to a number of bus routes that frequent the immediate location running to Kings Cross/St Pancras International, Upper Street and Hampstead Heath.