Property: Three To View - Sporting Chances
Saturday 06 November 1999
YOU CAN actually see into the Gunners' ground from an upstairs bedroom of this six- bedroom Victorian house in Highbury Hill. But the view is restricted to one end of the Arsenal pitch. The four-storey house has three reception rooms, marble fireplaces with cast-iron grates, stained glass windows and a splendid rolltop bath with claw feet. It's for sale at pounds 495,000, details from Copping Joyce at 0207 359 9777.
IT'S A quick gallop from this Grade II listed cottage to the racecourse at Epsom, or two and a half miles by petrol-driven horsepower. The weather- boarded semi, 200 yards from the High Street, has been improved, decorated in bold, contemporary colours and had a new white bathroom suite installed.
There are separate sitting and dining rooms, kitchen with a butler sink and wooden flooring and two upstairs bedrooms, all with sash windows. For sale at pounds 125,000, details from Gascoigne-Pees 01372 743911.
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