The property benefits from a well-proportioned master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathroom, spacious lounge AND dining room, bright kitchen/breakfast room, shower room/WC and a further double bedroom also with fitted furniture.
There is the added advantage of a garage en-bloc with additional visitors parking, a beautifully manicured communal garden and a good size, south-east facing balcony off the lounge.
Dating back to the 15th Century, Whetstone originated in medieval times, and legend has it that the name stems from the stone that is placed outside of the Griffin Pub, where soldiers went to sharpen their swords before the Battle of Barnet.
Whetstone is perfect for both commuters and families alike. Located in zone 4, Totteridge and Whetstone northern line tube station offers easy access in and out of The City and Central London, whilst also being only a short drive from open countryside.
Whetstone offers a vast range of architecture from period apartments boasting plenty of character, to large 1920's and 1930's houses, perfect for a growing family.
In the centre of Whetstone is located the ever popular High Road. Known for its wide range of cafes, restaurants and gastro-pubs, it was voted the Evening Standards healthiest High Street of 2015. The surrounding area also benefits from a variety of fantastic local facilities, such as the South Herts Golf Club, the Totteridge Tennis Club and the All Saints Arts Centre. For those that enjoy the outdoors, there are many country walks and parks.
Based on a sale price of £750,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:
Last updated: The calculator has been updated following the end of the stamp duty holiday on 1st October 2021.
* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.
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