Oaklands Road, Cricklewood, NW2
Sold Subject To Contract£775,000
4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 receptions
Sizeable property with great potential… spacious four bedrooms mid-terraced period style house over the ground & first floor at present with the potential to convert into two separate apartments and or extended into an even larger family dwelling, (subject to usual consents) benefiting from private rear garden, located a short walking distance of the local amenities.The property offers an impressive 1433 sq "comprising of high ceilings in reception room into bay window, dining room over looking garden, French doors leading out to the garden from modern fitted kitchen with dining area, shower room combined W.C & bathroom combined W.C, gas central heating and double glazed windows throughout.Situated off Cricklewood Broadway offering a multitude of shops, bars/cafes and restaurants, nearest stations are both the Thames Link and Jubilee Line train stations.
- Four bedrooms or the potential to convert into two flats
- Reception room into bay window
- Dining room
- French doors leading out to garden from kitchen/diner
- Bathroom combined W.C
- Shower combined W.C
- Private rear garden
Reception into bay window (4.45mx4.11m (14'7x13'6))
Dining room (3.76mx3.61m (12'4x11'10))
kitchen/dining room (4.37mx3.48m (14'4x11'5))
Shower room combined W.C (3.12mx2.21m (10'3x7'3))
Master bedroom (5.23mx4.45m (17'2x14'7))
Bedroom two (3.76mx3.35m (12'4x11'0))
Bedroom three (3.35mx3.23m (11'0x10'7))
Bathroom combined W.C (2.36mx1.63m (7'9x5'4))
Garden (14.99mx5.03m (49'2x16'6))
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