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Caledonian Road, London, N7 8TL

Type: Flat Availability: Sold STC Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1 Reception Rooms: 2
Purpose-Built Edwardian Flats Grade II Listed Two Double Bedrooms Separate Kitchen/Diner Generous Living Room Excellent Transport Links
Light and spacious two bedroom flat set within a Grade II listed, early Edwardian estate towards the northern end of Caledonian Road in Islington, London. Built between 1904 and 1906 on the site of the classical Caledonian Asylum (from which the road derives its name) the estate consists of five blocks built in a mixture of Victorian Gothic and Arts and Crafts styles. The blocks, Carrick House, Irvine House, Burns House, Scott House and Wallace House, are named for Scottish locations and writers (including Robert Burns, Sir William Wallace and Sir Walter Scott). Three of the blocks, Scott, Burns and Wallace, are organised around a large courtyard (soon to be newly landscaped). Flats are accessed from iron balconies. This well-maintained property is set on the third floor of five storey Wallace House and its accommodation comprises a generous living room; separate modern kitchen/diner; bathroom; separate toilet; and two double bedrooms. A multitude of local shops, coffee bars and restaurants are situated nearby, and there are excellent transport links with numerous good bus routes, and trains from nearby Caledonian Road Tube station (Piccadilly Line) and Kings Cross St Pancras.

Further information on the history of the Caledonian Estate can be found on their website:

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