This handsome three storey Victorian end-terrace house is located on Grove Park Road, undoubtedly one of the finest streets in Tottenham and forming part of the remarkable streetscape of the Clyde Circus conservation area.Constructed of yellow London stock brick with gable end roof, decorative bargeboard and cambered headed attic window, the ground floor with canted bay window and a recessed entrance porch surmounted by a decorative stucco pediment.The house is set back from the street behind a small front garden. A welcoming Victorian four-panel front door invites you into the entrance hall, with stripped and painted wood floor underfoot and ceilings adorned with ornate plaster corbels. A beautiful original staircase with carved wood baluster, spindles and French polished balustrade leads to the upper floors.A simple pared-back aesthetic complements the elegant proportions and period features of this desirable Victorian home. The double reception room provides two very comfortable spaces for seating, with exposed Victorian pine floorboards, a bay window and working fireplace.The calm ambience of the living rooms is harmonised by the kitchen-dining room at the rear of the house which naturally lends itself to be the social quarters of the home. With reclaimed wood floor, open shelving and decorous freestanding cabinets, natural light pours in through a large skylight window in the gently pitched roofline and wall-to-wall sliding glass doors give way to the enviable 99ft rear garden.Off the first-floor landing are two double bedrooms, both with stripped wood floors, a well-designed shower room/wc, and an indulgent bathroom complete with roll top bath which was formerly a fourth bedroom. Up on the second floor is a generous size master bedroom featuring gracefully sloping ceilings and a doorway to additional eves space.The property has the benefit of a shared dropped kerb providing vehicular access to a discrete private parking space and garage. Despite having been sensitively restored by the current owners over many years, the house still has bags of potential to explore. Arranged over three levels, the main house currently occupies approximately 1600 sq. Ft, not including the garage. Subject to planning permission and personal preference, the space currently occupied by the garage could form part of a magnificent kitchen extension while the roof space accessible on the second floor could be extended back over the first floor to provide an additional bedroom or bathroom. A parking space, a garage or a 99ft garden would each be coveted elements of any home, but here they combine to make this house a truly exceptional and particularly rare find.Transport links are beyond excellent. Seven Sisters Station is within seven minutes walking distance. From there you can get the Victoria Line to Kings Cross in three stops or Oxford Circus in six. The Overground trains will take you to Liverpool Street in 20 minutes and Stansted Airport in just 38. Cycling into Central London couldn‘t be easier; the Cycle Superhighway (CS1) extends from Tottenham High Road to Liverpool Street, via Stoke Newington and Hackney.With elegant period housing stock, acres of parkland and excellent transport links, it comes as no surprise that Tottenham and Seven Sisters is blossoming, and a unique, diverse and friendly community is welcoming newcomers. An innovative selection of shops, restaurants and cafes have recently opened up. Established favourites include True Craft for fresh local draught beers paired with sourdough pizza, The High Cross micro-pub, Sushi Heads which needs no explanation. Cafe Lemon‘s breakfast, lunch and brunch menu is now supplemented with dinner on three evenings, while lively Bom Pecado serves Portuguese home cooking and pastries. Blighty Cafe serves coffee and brunch, as does Craving Coffee by day plus a social bar hosting street food pop-up‘s in the evenings. Another recent addition to the scene is The Palm on Philip Lane which opened to rave reviews in 2019. Oh, and there‘s also Moloko Coffee conveniently located within Seven Sisters Station ticket hall. Every Sunday from 11-4 is the Tottenham Green Farmers Market for street food, artisanal baked goods and organic produce. Located opposite the green is the Bernie Grant Arts Centre, with a cultural programme including film, dance, theatre, exhibitions, gigs and debate. Tottenham Leisure Centre‘s pool and gym is a four-minute walk away.A major redevelopment of the station is underway as the historic profile of Seven Sisters is currently being rewritten. Sellers note:"We bought the house 21 years ago, "Such a happy house, " the vendor told us and she was so right, we‘ve absolutely loved living here, in a great community where we‘ve made friends for life. The local business scene has changed hugely, attracting really creative younger entrepreneurs, running great new bars, cafes and restaurants. We socialise a lot locally now, where we would have gone to Stoke Newington or Crouch End in the past, everything is on our doorstep. The fantastic transport connections have enabled us to work all over London, in roles also requiring travel around the country and beyond, there‘s nowhere like it for the employment market, with opportunities in abundance.Friends love to visit and stay in our welcoming home. The garden has seen some great parties and we‘ll take away fantastic memories of barbecues and mighty craic. Even people who live in the country are amazed by how quiet it is here, our garden is a haven of peace and tranquillity. We‘ve done a total renovation of the house but it still has loads of potential for the next owner to make it their really fabulous home."