Warner Family Home – Exclusive, Crouch End
Edwardian period house over 3 floors with many original features. Side return kitchen extension with island and double doors to large garden with palm tree features. loft extension 3x bathrooms 6x bedrooms Private parking for one vehicle on drive. No parking restrictions on wide road outside.
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