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Squires Lane Finchley N3



2 Bedroom Flat SSTC

Squires Lane Finchley N3

Key features

  • Share of freehold
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Own rear garden
  • Chain free
  • 15ft reception
  • Within minutes walk of Finchley Central Station

Communal Entrance
Leading to main entrance.

Main Entrance
Stairs to first floor landing

First Floor Landing
Split level landing, single radiator, access to loft, rear aspect velux window, storage cupboard and doors to:

Reception Room
4.78m x 4.45m (15'8" x 14'7") Front aspect double glazed windows and door to balcony, feature fire place, double radiator, entry phone system, original floorboards.

2.26m x 2.10m (7'5" x 6'11") Range of fitted wall and base units, single drainer stainless steel sink unit, space for washing machine, space for fridge freezer, built in oven, electric hob, extractor fan, side aspect double glazed window, entryphone system, wall mounted boiler.

Bedroom One
3.48m x 3.15m (11'5" x 10'4") Rear aspect double glazed window, fitted wardrobes, single radiator.

Bedroom Two
3.43m x 3.10m (11'3" x 10'2") Rear aspect double glazed window and doors to balcony with stairs leading to own section of rear garden, fitted wardrobe, single radiator.

Three piece suite comprising of panel enclosed bath, wash hand basin with cupboard under, low level WC, side aspect double glazed window, tiled wall, single radiator, extractor fan

11.00m x 2.24m (36'1" x 7'4") Own section with timber decking leading to lawn area, accessed via stairs from second bedroom.

Calculate your Stamp Duty

Until March 31 2021 with all buyers exempt from paying Stamp Duty on the first £500,000 of the purchase price. Calculate the new Stamp Duty payable on this property by using the calculator below.

Please note: This calculator is provided as a guide only on how much stamp duty land tax you will need to pay in England and Northern Ireland. It assumes that the property is freehold and for residential purposes.