A substantial 5/6 bedroom late Victorian double fronted, mid terraced family home situated on this quiet no-through road affording superb access to the transport hub that is Finsbury Park, an intersection of 2 Underground lines and National Rail. Accommodation is both bright and well proportioned comprising; a fabulous through reception room occupying one half of the raised ground floor, providing access to the spacious roof terrace, with the kitchen and a bedroom/study occupying the other half of the raised ground floor. There is also access via the landing to the well proportioned, double width rear garden, with further access provided from the large basement, which occupies the whole of the lower ground floor and is currently used as superb storage by the current owners. The first floor houses 3 double bedrooms and a bathroom suite, with a further 2 double bedrooms, bathroom and an open plan kitchen/diner situated on the top floor. This house provides wonderful accommodation and must be viewed to be truly appreciated. Digby Crescent is a quiet residential turning accessed via Queens Drive with superb access to a wealth of local amenities including the 'Castle' climbing centre, Woodberry Down Wetlands, the boating club at West Reservoir, along with the various shops and restaurants of Blackstock Road and Highbury Park. Somewhat spoilt for transport with Arsenal Underground, along with Finsbury Park station providing an interchange for both National Rail and London Underground services, with trains on the Piccadilly and the Victoria Lines, along with a number of bus routes on both Blackstock Road and Green Lanes. The greenery and amenities of both Finsbury Park & Clissold Park are easily accessible.
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