Semi-detached House for sale on
Viga Road
Grange Park, London, N21

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Ideal for those with young families, this beautiful home is a perfect mix of original features and modern design. Light, bright and extremely spacious throughout, this family home also has a generous, well-established garden – a magical place for children to run and play.

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Features

  • Traditional yet modern
  • Four bedrooms
  • Two reception rooms
  • Summer house
  • Garage
  • Magical garden
  • EPC "B" rating
  • Original features
  • Popular location
  • Catchment area for good schools
  • Council Tax Band: G
A charming 4 bedroom traditional property located in Grange Park.

Description

Tenure: Freehold

Ideal for those with young families, this beautiful home is a perfect mix of original features and modern design. Light, bright and extremely spacious throughout, this family home also has a generous, well-established garden – a magical place for children to run and play.

This substantial semi-detached family house is in excellent condition having been meticulously maintained by the current owners. It has provided a luxury backdrop to many happy family memories.  

The house is set some way back from the road and a long path leads across the garden to the front door. Inside, a spacious hallway invites you to take a seat while you remove your shoes or take off your coat.

Glancing upwards you see the first of many original features in this house – the wooden beams in the ceiling. 

Directly ahead is the bright kitchen which has natural light flooding in through windows on two sides. With sleek white units and built-in appliances on three walls, the main window wall is kept clear and is the perfect spot for a morning cup of tea while looking out at the back garden.

Next to the kitchen is the lounge which has generous double doors that open onto the patio in the garden, seamlessly joining outside with inside. Thomas Sanderson shutters run throughout the house providing an extra level of privacy and very effectively shutting out the light. Now switch on the electric fire and the lounge is transformed into a warm and cosy retreat as the cold winter evenings draw in.

At the front of the house is the dining room. This is a very light room with a large window to the front and an additional window, containing the original stained-glass panel, to the side. The fireplace matches the one in the lounge and provides a warm glow for evening meals.

A discreet cloakroom and a good-size utility room complete the rooms on the ground floor.

The open stairs are a feature in their own right as they effortlessly wind around to the first floor and on to the spacious landing.

The main bedroom is a very good size, it overlooks the rear garden and has an original fireplace which adds a touch of charm. To the front is the guest room, this a large double bedroom with built-in wardrobes. There is a good size third bedroom at the rear, while the fourth bedroom is a single and lends itself very well to a study or music room.

Completing the upstairs is a modern shower room with window to the side, and a separate cloakroom with a luxury Geberit toilet/ bidet.

The loft has thick insulation throughout and thermal panelling above the bedrooms, which is a contributory factor in the ‘B’ EPC rating for this house. Indeed, during the summer, the solar panels alone have provided all the hot water used in the house (and topped up the electricity too).

Picture rails, coving and ceiling roses all provide a glimpse back in time and add some original charm to the house.

The back garden has an ‘Alice in Wonderland’ feel to it. Over 90ft in length with a long lawn, mature borders and trees planted by the seller’s father. Towards the end of the garden is a small summer house, which is a sun trap in the summer but with lights and candles it is transformed into a warm and cosy snug.

The patio immediately to the rear of the house is recently laid and provides ample space for entertaining outside.

A shared driveway leads from front to the garage, where there is plenty of space for a car and additional storage.

Viga Road is very well located being close to Grange Park train station and the shops and restaurants on The Grangeway. Or, as the midpoint for Enfield Town, Southgate and Winchmore Hill, if you wanted to try somewhere new there’s plenty to choose from.

While a very generous size, this house also has the option (STPP) to extend out at the back and up into the loft, so even if your family grows you too would have the option to stay in this wonderful home for generations to come.

Some of the images have been staged to demonstrate how rooms could be used. 

EPC rating: B. Council tax band: G, Tenure: Freehold,

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