Haringey Park
London N8


Architect: MOBO

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"Engineered-oak flooring offers a rare deviation from the elegant monochromatic palette of matte-black and soaring white walls."

This elegant apartment can be found on a coveted tree-lined avenue within the Crouch End Conservation Area.  The property has undergone a full renovation to a refined design by London and Bogota-based architecture practice MOBO, maximising light, space and volume.

The property occupies a raised-ground floor position within a double-fronted Victorian mansion block, and is set back from the pavement behind a front garden with a border of high hedges.

Internally, the apartment has been reconfigured to provide a zonal, open-plan layout with the living space to the left, and bedroom and kitchen to the right. The sitting room is positioned at the front of the building with enormous south-facing shuttered-bay windows extending to the full height of the ceilings and filling the space with light.

Engineered-oak flooring, of varying grey-mist tone, offers a rare deviation from the monochromatic palette of matte-black cast-iron radiators and light fittings against soaring white walls and ceilings. Light switches and door handles, also in matte black, are by Buster and Punch.

At the centre of the plan is a tiled bathroom with a separate storage cupboard overhead. There is further storage with a large walk-in wardrobe opposite the bedroom area.  A huge sash window with shutters overlooks a flat-roof section of the property below and bathes the space with even light. The kitchen is positioned beyond, and has acrylic worktops, a breakfast bar and integrated appliances.

Haringey Park is a quiet residential street a short walk from Crouch End Broadway, with its many shops and restaurants. To the west is Highgate Wood and the adjacent Queen’s Wood. To the north is Alexandra Park and to the south is Finsbury Park, which are connected by the beautiful Parkland Walk, a former railway line. Local transport links include Crouch Hill British Rail station and Highgate Underground station (Northern Line), as well as excellent local buses.

Tenure: Share of Freehold
Service Charge: approx. £960 per annum
Lease Length: approx. 967 years

Please note that all areas, measurements and distances given in these particulars are approximate and rounded. The text, photographs and floor plans are for general guidance only. The Modern House has not tested any services, appliances or specific fittings — prospective purchasers are advised to inspect the property themselves. All fixtures, fittings and furniture not specifically itemised within these particulars are deemed removable by the vendor.

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