This large, first floor one bedroom apartment is located in a purpose-built private residential building overlooking Clissold Park in Highbury. The access, at the very end of Queens Drive, is from a cul-de-sac. The property has recently been refit and refurbished. In addition to double glazing, and low-energy heating, the property includes stunning parquet flooring; whose modernist aesthetic is in keeping with the character of the building, The living room represents the heart of the home, and is a spacious, bright room. The shutters help promote privacy and are a trendy addition to the home. Equally; the fireplace helps promote a sense of homeliness, and is in outstanding condition. The kitchen is new, and was only very recently installed. The wooden worktops compliment the bright white cupboard doors, and there is plenty of knee level storage, too. A bright, open, and functional space finished to a very high standard. The theme continues to the bathroom; which comprises a white suite, and white tiled walls; all essential installations are present, including a bath, shower, washbasin, and WC. The rear facing bedroom is spacious enough to accommodate tall freestanding wardrobes and a double bed. The site includes a private communal garden, although Clissold Park is just over the road!
The location in the heart of sought-after Highbury; an intimate environment nestled between Islington, Stoke Newington, and Finsbury Park is both well connected and discreet. Arsenal Tube Station is within a short walking distance, Clissold Park and Highbury Fields are also a (figurative) stone's throw from the property for those occupants who enjoy proximity to London's vast green spaces to compliment a straightforward commute to work. Highbury's boutiques, greengrocers, and cafes are close by, and access to the City is straightforward; two stops from Kings Cross or using any of the wealth of bus routes in and out of town.
Highbury's population help create stability in an environment which is well-loved by young and mature professional people alike, and a neighbourly atmosphere promotes a welcoming, warm, and safe part of London.