This stylish two-bedroom flat on the Harringay Ladder has been sympathetically renovated by the current owners with thoughtful design touches throughout.

Frobisher Road, Harringay Ladder, 2 Bed. Flat

£525,000

Under offer

BRICKWORKS SAYS

On the first floor of this turn-of-the-century terraced home on the Harringay Ladder, this two-bedroom flat is complete with an exquisite front living-dining room flooded with light thanks to two large original Victorian stained glass sash windows, neatly configured with plantation blinds.

Moving through the apartment, a generous master bedroom with Victorian proportions occupies the centre of the home, while down a half-flight of stairs are the remodelled bathroom and kitchen containing a pleasing ensemble of materials. The midnight blue melamine-faced worktop contrasts with the birch-ply cabinets, while a crisp bathroom white is teamed up with terrazzo tiling. At the rear, a second bedroom doubles as the perfect home studio.

Frobisher Road sits towards the northern end of the Harringay Ladder, a row of 19 terraced streets that feed into Green Lanes. The parade has been long coveted for its array of Turkish restaurants and delis – rivalling any in London –– but it now has a more diverse edge, with a mix of recent editions popping up in recent years, including The Dusty Knuckle and Mum’s Whole Food. For transport, there is a selection of Zone 2 and 3 under-and above-ground stations, all within easy walking distance.

THE OWNER SAYS

We’ve loved living here and will be sad to move on. We were initially attracted to the area because of the great transport links of Turnpike Lane and Hornsey on the doorstep, but over the years, we discovered more and more of what Haringey has to offer.

We love to grab a coffee and pastries from Music & Bean at the weekend and walk over to Ally Pally. In the evening, the Picturehouse cinema in Crouch End is close enough to reach on foot, and you can grab a late Turkish dinner from one of the many excellent restaurants on Green Lanes.

POINTS TO CONSIDER

Energy Performance Certificate:

Current Energy Efficiency Rating D & Potential Rating C.

Council Tax:

In the borough of Haringey, the property is in council tax band C (£1,670.87 in 2022/23).

Tenure:

One of two in the building, the flat comes with a share of freehold with 989 years left on the underlying lease. All maintenance costs and insurance for the building are split between the co-freeholders.

Recent work:

The current owners have fitted a new kitchen and bathroom with new engineered oak flooring in the kitchen and second bedroom, in addition to changing the windows to the rear.

Anything else:

The loft is demised to the flat and the current owners have previously received planning permission for an additional bedroom and ensuite.

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1 Beans & Barley

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2 Harringay Local Store

Our favourite place to spend additional pennies on over-priced organic chocolate from Australia and locally brewed beer. Joking aside, the selection is good, and it’s easily one of the best local places to get quality, organic produce. You get to take all of it home in a tote – which rather tellingly reads, “Not Another Tescos.”

3 The Salisbury

The grand establishment that is The Salisbury harks back to the days when the area was really rather posh indeed. It’s both a relief and a delight that despite various refurbishments over the years, no one has gone and done anything silly like ripping out the original, ornate, atmospheric Victorian saloon bar and décor. A wonderful pub like this is even more special when you can call it your ‘local’.

4 The Harmless Store

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5 Tomo Pizzeria

On Hornsey High Street, this is the best local Italian around for lunch or dinner. Seriously delicious grub – the pizza is amazing – and friendly staff who are happy to accommodate even the messiest child with grace, make this such a grat place to visit. The menu changes regularly too, which keeps things interesting, but we always seem to have the calamari starter!