Positioned where the old 'Home' dressing room once stood, buyers are invited to soak up some of Arsenal's history by considering this spacious two double bedroom, two bathroom flat at Highbury Stadium Square; available for the first time since the development was completed. The Master bedroom includes a private ensuite bathroom, with shower above bath, washbasin, and WC. The bedroom includes ample integrated storage, but both are good sized doubles, and both look out across the private patio, and onto the communal garden. The living room shares the same view, and is a contemporary open-plan space. The underfloor heating provides ambient warmth, although given the energy efficiency ratings onsite, occupants seldom report needing to use it often. The hard wood floors create a single identity across the main living space, and towards the kitchen, which includes a suite of contemporary integrated appliances; a dishwasher, fridge freezer, hob and cooker. The washing machine is in a separate cupboard. Ample knee-level and overhead storage sensibly compliments the worktop space. The private patio is West-facing, meaning that occupants should enjoy sun from late morning until late afternoon. The property includes a private, secure, underground Parking Space.
Highbury Stadium Square was formerly the Arsenal Stadium, home of Arsenal Football Club. The character of the stadium; which regularly hosted French World Cup Winners Thierry Henry and Robert Pires, as well as England stars Tony Adams and Ian Wright, is still very present, and provides an identity to a space which is celebrated so thoroughly by the local community. Highbury's local amenities, including good greengrocers, delicatessens, and cafes are nearby, and the open spaces at Highbury Fields and Clissold Park are a short distance away, too. The site is managed by a team of Porters who are available 24 hours a day.
The onsite gym will encourage occupants to keep fit, and proximity to Arsenal Tube is enviable, too; providing two-stop access to Kings Cross. Drayton Park Overground is serviced by regular trains to and from Old Street, making a commute a straightforward exercise. Highbury Stadium is occupied in general by young and senior professional people, meaning the site is well-looked-after, peaceful, and discreet.