3 bedroom terraced house for sale by owner High BarnetHigh Barnet, Barnet, Greater London
£650 000Offers in Excess of
Listing ID: 756
Added on: more than 14 days ago
Property type: House
Listing Type:for sale
County:Barnet, Greater London
Last modified:more than 30 days ago
parking:On Street, Residents
Condition of the property:Some work needed
Outside spaces associated with the property:Back Garden, Front Garden
Heating related features:Central, Gas Central, Fireplace
property has a utility room
OPEN DAY VIEWING SUNDAY 24th SEPTEMBER (by appointment)
Attractive, structurally sound, 3 bedroom Victorian house (circa 1885) in need of modernization. End of terrace
and end of street, it occupies a 24’ wide plot, with its own side access path, and enjoys an attractive aspect.
It is located in High Barnet, residents parking zone C, just 5 minutes walk from The Spires shopping centre, close
to both Foulds JMI School and Queen Elizabeth’s (boys’) School, and is within the catchment area for Queen
Elizabeth’s Girls’ School. It has gas-fired central heating and benefits from many original features including
original sash windows throughout. it enjoys good transport links with High Barnet underground station a 10 minute
walk, close to 10 day and one night bus routes and a 4 minute drive to the junction of th A1M & M25 J23 (South
The property comprises:
A short path leading, past a hedge, to a porch and front door, which opens into a hall with an under-stair cupboard
housing the electricity meter (Economy 7).
Two doors give access to a generous 25’6” x 9’8” widening to 11’3” through lounge, with a bay window to the front
and French windows to the rear. There is an original black marble mantelpiece and fireplace surround with an iron
fireplace in need of some reassembly.
A third door leads to a dated but sound fitted kitchen 10’2” x 8’4” with a double electric oven, fitted gas hob with
cooker hood above, a double sink with drainer and space for a dishwasher. Due to the width of the plot, it may be
possible to extend the kitchen widthways as well as lengthways.
Behind the kitchen a door leads through to a utility room 9’ x 6’ with plumbing for washing machine and tumble
dryer beside an original butler sink. One door leads to a deep pantry and another into the garden.
From the hall there is a staircase, with original mahogany newel post and handrails, leading to a landing with a
shallow step up to the bathroom with an over-bath shower, basin and WC. There is access to the rear loft
extension, the water tank, etc.
A corridor leads to rear single bedroom 10’ x 9’ with sink plumbed for hot and cold drinking water with double
fitted cupboards above and below. This room has a window overlooking the garden and could serve as a bedroom
and/or a creative studio space or office.
To the front of the landing 3 steps lead to the upper landing with an original, built-in linen cupboard and laddered
loft access above to generous attic space suitable for development.
The middle double bedroom 12’7” x 9’7” retains its chimney breast with an original built-in wardrobe to one side
and has a window overlooking the garden.
At the front is a spacious master bedroom 15’3” x 14’4” which has an original fireplace with an iron mantelpiece, a
bay window and a plain sash window which look across the street to an attractive diagonal corner aspect.
To the rear of the property there is an approximately 24’ x 70’ private and tidily presented garden with a mature
apple tree, a grass lawn, raised beds planted with mature shrubs and a paved area for garden seating.
Two brick-built garden sheds, one housing an old outside toilet, attached the outside wall of the utility room,
could offer space to extend both this and, possibly, the single bedroom above.
Offers are invited over £650,000 for a swift chain-free private sale.