Ravenscroft Park, High Barnet, Hertfordshire
- Flat / Apartment
- Character Ground Floor Period Conversion
- Double fronted Garden Apartment
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Open Plan Reception Room
- Wonderful Mature Rear Garden
- Off Street Parking
This character ground floor period conversion offers a wealth of original features and benefits from its own entrance. This double fronted garden apartment is situated in this sought after location within minutes of the High Street. The property offers bright and spacious well planned accommodation throughout and comprises a welcoming entrance hall, fabulous open plan reception room with kitchen and dining area, 3 generous double bedrooms, a family bathroom, a separate shower room and a cellar. Externally there is a wonderful mature rear garden with sun terrace and off street parking.
Situated in this enviable location within walking distance to the 'The Spires' with its large selection of shops, restaurants, boutiques and coffee shops. High Barnet tube station (Northern Line) and New Barnet station are nearby for easy access into London. Barnet has many renowned and highly regarded schools such as Christchurch, Foulds and Queen Elizabeth's Girls and Queen Elizabeth's senior school for boys. Independent schools include St. Martha's Convent in Hadley Wood, Stormont, St. John's Prep and Senior Schools and Lochinver House in Potters Bar, Mill Hill and Belmont in Mill Hill, Haberdashers' Aske's in Elstree and Harrow School.
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