An opportunity to acquire an impressive Victorian freehold property currently converted into two leasehold apartments. Located in a quiet child/cycling friendly, tree lined street (no through road for cars) with a village feel in the heart of East Canonbury Conservation Area, Islington. Accommodation is arranged over 3 floors and comprises; a generous 1 bedroom garden apartment benefitting from its own private entrance, high ceilings and good room proportions throughout. The master bedroom has integrated wardrobes, shutters and is situated at the front of the property, with the hallway leading to the spacious reception room, in turn leading to the bathroom suite and kitchen. It should be noted that the large and secluded, circa 44 ft private garden is accessed via the reception room. The upper maisonette is accessed via the raised ground floor and the main entrance of the house. Upon entering you are greeted with plenty of natural light, ornate cornicing and a vast entrance hallway leading to the impressive double reception space, which features high ceilings and further period detailing including cornicing, ceiling roses, original fireplace and large sash windows which provide a sunny dual aspect. The kitchen is situated on this level at the rear of the property. There are 2 generous double bedrooms on the top floor, as well as the family bathroom suite. Subject to necessary planning consents there is potential to extend to the rear of the property and also add an additional floor to increase the current footprint. The fortunate new owner will benefit from a real sense of community with the Ockendon Association arranging events such as coffee mornings, book clubs and rambling days out. There is an array of sought after local amenities which include the independent De-Beauvoir deli, Trade coffee store, Sweet Thursday pizza restaurant and De- Beauvoir pub all on Southgate Road. The property is conveniently located for access to Angel (Northern Line), Highbury and Islington (Victoria Line), Canonbury (Overground) and Essex Road (Great Northern) with Dalston, Old Street, Hoxton and Shoreditch all found locally. It should be of further note that there are direct bus routes to Kings Cross, Oxford Street, Piccadilly Circus, City of London, St Paul's, Covent Garden and London Bridge.