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Top three: hot properties in Alexandra Park

PUBLISHED: 11:36 15 June 2017 | UPDATED: 11:36 15 June 2017

Clyde Road, N22

Clyde Road, N22

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An end of terrace Edwardian home, modern maisonette and a large detached home are in our top three for Alexandra Palace

Clyde Road, N22Clyde Road, N22

Clyde Road, Alexandra Park, N22 7AD, £1,295,000

This four bedroom home offers bright and spacious accomodation over three floors in an end of terrace Edwardian property. With a modern kitchen and bathrooms, the home also has a garden with additional coach house.

Tatlers, 020 8444 1771

Crescent Road, N22Crescent Road, N22

Crescent Road, Alexandra Park, N22 7RP, £595,000

A two bedroom period property a short walk from Alexandra Park, this ground floor, purpose built maisonette has a private entrance and private rear garden. The home retains many original features but has been modernised to include a modern bathroom suite and contemporary kitchen-diner.

Tatlers, 020 8444 1771

Vallance Road, Muswell Hill, N22, £2,300,000

Entered by way of a large carriage driveway, this four bedroom detached property offers ample reception space with oak flooring, stained glass windows and preserved oak panelling. With three reception rooms, the property also benefits from a garden and roof terrace as well as a garage.

Vallance Road, Muswell Hill, N22, �2,300,000Vallance Road, Muswell Hill, N22, �2,300,000

Greene & Co, 020 8444 4143

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