DATE AVAILABLE: 23rd September 2019
5th Floor Studio
Gas, Hot Water & WiFi included within the rent
Gym (for tenants only)
Off-street parking (1st come 1st served)
Bright and spacious living room
Modern tiled bathroom
Modern open plan kitchen (with washer/dryer)
On-site manager and monitored security
Close to local amenities
Walking distance to both Highgate (Northern Line) Station & Crouch End Broadway
£287.31pw / £1,245pcm payable monthly – gas, hot water, wife & gym included
Five weeks rent deposit (£1,436.55) required and one month’s rent (£1,245) in advance.
References will be taken (employment ref, previous landlord ref, last 3 months bank statements and copy of passport).
Council Tax (Haringey Borough Council) – this property is a Band C – £1,315 per annum (25% off if single occupant)
**GYM, GAS, HOT WATER & WIFI INCLUDED** – well-arranged STUDIO Apartment located on the 5th floor with dual aspect views within this popular purpose-built building known as Avenue Heights (one of Highgate’s and Crouch End’s most sought-after, professionally managed apartment buildings). The apartment consists of a fully fitted kitchen, living room with double bed, modern bathroom, dual aspect views, wooden floors, large windows with great views, door entry phone system. Further benefits include a secure and stunning lobby with concierge, gymnasium and complimentary wireless internet. Avenue Heights is located conveniently between both Highgate & Crouch End boasting many amenities including cafes, supermarkets, restaurants and moments walking distance to both Highgate (Northern Line) Station & Crouch End Broadway.
Living Room (overlooking communal garden) – 7.90 x 3.27 (H: 2.50)
Wood flooring, white painted walls, cream curtains, 2 x chrome central light fitting with 3 spots, 2 radiators, double bed and mattress, triple mirrored wardrobe, large wall mirror, entry phone, 4 double power points, TV and telephone points, fuse box.
Bathroom – 1.90 x 1.75 (H: 2.4)
Cream floor tiles, beige wall tiles, white bath with chrome mixer tap and shower head, shower door, chrome towel radiator and toilet roll holder, white WC with chrome flush buttons, white sink with chrome mono tap and cupboard underneath, large wall mirror, chrome shaving point, 3 spot lights.
Kitchen – 2.24 x 1.56 (H: 2.45)
Wood flooring, white painted walls, steel splashback wall, chrome light fitting with 3 spots, silver/grey counter top, 2 white gloss base units, 5 white gloss wall units, venetian window blind, 2 large white gloss shelves, Smeg fridge, Indesit washer dryer, Whirlpool pull-out extractor fan, Whirlpool 4-burner hob, Whirlpool oven, sink with drainer, chrome utensil hook rail, grey worktop
DIMENSIONS: (approx. room sizes in metric)
Living Room: 7.9 x 3.27 (H: 2.43)
Kitchen: 2.02 x 1.57 (H: 2.45)
Bathroom: 1.87 x 1.74 (H: 2.45)
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Tube: Underground services from Highgate station in Zone 3 take just 20 minutes to Bank. Some locals choose to walk to nearby Archway as it is in Zone 2, one stop south of Highgate on the Northern line.
Buses: Local bus routes include numbers 143 (to Brent Cross), 210 (to Finsbury Park), and the 603 (to Muswell Hill). Both buses 214 and 217 (to Moorgate) operate 24-hour services.
Cycle: The City is only about half an hour’s ride away, although it might take longer on the uphill journey back home.
Road: Highgate is on the A1, which connects with Islington in the south and the M1 in the north.
Crouch Hill – 0.6 miles (Overground)
Archway – 0.7 miles (Northern Line)
Highgate – 0.7 miles (Northern Line)
Situated on one of London’s highest points, Highgate commands great views over central London and the expansive greenery of Hampstead Heath. Much like neighbouring Hampstead, the High Street is the area’s social hub. Residents cherish this village like atmosphere safe in the knowledge that Leicester Square is only a 20-minute Tube journey away. Despite the area’s exclusive reputation, property styles are varied and cater to a diverse market. Whether you’re seeking a family home for the kids to grow up in, or a studio flat, this prime north London property hotspot has it all.
Eating: One thing Highgate knows how to do is afternoon tea. High Tea of Highgate is a tiny cafe with a huge array of cakes and scones. It’s always busy, but you won’t regret queuing. The High Street has a great selection of independent and chain restaurants. Locals only have to venture slightly further to enjoy the culinary delights of Holloway Road and Junction Road, such as the acclaimed Italian 500 and gastro pub St John’s Tavern.
Culture: Located in a striking Gothic church conversion, the multi arts venue Jacksons
Lane is a hotbed of theatrical activity. Classical music fans should visit The Red Hedgehog, an intimate 100 seat concert hall opposite Highgate Tube. Anyone in need of some light entertainment can head Upstairs at the Gatehouse, Highgate’s excellent fringe theatre. The central Pond Square is home to community events, including the Highgate Summer Fair and Christmas carol concert.
Drinking: Many of Highgate’s social gatherings take place in its traditional-style pubs. The Red Lion & Sun and The Flask are reliable options, but first prize goes to The Wrestlers, a beautiful pub in the heart of the village, occupying the same site since 1547. A real fireplace, vintage wooden furniture and stained glass windows ensure its authenticity while its extensive menu keeps the locals returning.
Local amenities: There are numerous parks and outdoor spaces providing ample opportunity for exercise, but just down the hill Archway Leisure Centre has a pool, sauna and gym.
Highgate High Street is lined with exclusive one off boutiques.
Highgate Library is a community hub, located in a striking Edwardian building. It is supported by a group of residents called Friends of Highgate Library, which organises talks by writers and promotes use of the library.
There’s a strong social scene at Highgate Golf Club, and many of the area’s keen sporty types are members.
The handy Tesco Express on the High Street can satisfy most daily needs, but locals can also call on organic grocery stores or Highgate Butchers. For a big shop, it’s only a short drive to Morrisons or Waitrose on Holloway Road.
Residential parking restrictions are in place from 10am-12pm, meaning visitors can often find somewhere to park for free. The quaint size of the village itself means residents usually walk to the Tube, but there is also a car park with 29 spaces for those who’d prefer to drive.
Green Spaces: Highgate not only has broad swathes of its own woodland, but it is also within walking distance of some of London’s most stunning landscapes. Locals take their pick of Hampstead Heath, Queen’s Wood, Waterlow Park or Highgate Wood. For picturesque walks, the 70 acres of ancient woodland in Highgate Wood is a must. Music enthusiasts might like to stroll past Kenwood House on Hampstead Heath in the hopes of overhearing rehearsals for the summer concerts. Families often stop off at Waterlow Park, a friendly neighbourhood space given to the public by Sir Sidney Waterlow as a ‘garden for the gardenless’ in 1889.
To arrange for a viewing please contact Marc Heller 07428 762 047
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