A stunning six bedroom end of terrace Edwardian family home located in the very sought after 'Milton's' in Highgate. This property benefits from a large West-facing garden, off street parking & self-contained lower ground annex with it's on p…
An exceptional and rarely available five bedroom richly carved Edwardian style residence refurbished to a very high specification, with a truly outstanding landscaped rear garden.
The house is literally yards from St Aidan Primary (Ofsted Ou…
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Torriano Avenue, Kentish Town, London, NW5
Guide price £1,600,000
£1,600,000 to £1,700,000
This period house with 1892 square feet of living space that needs modernisation. This semi-detached house boasts a private garden and off street parking.
Offering over 2400 SQ.FT. of living space is this five double bedroom end of terrace house with off street parking and a southerly facing garden. Blythwood Road is one of the area's most sought after residential streets, with a short walk to …
Early viewings are advised for this architecturally designed, double fronted Edwardian family home offering in excess of 2700 sq. ft. of living accommodation and a South-Facing garden.
This unique beautiful home is situated adjacent to the '…
A selection of luxury two bedroom penthouses in a brand new development, Hill House, starting from £975,000. Each penthouse has stunning views of London, access to communal study areas, roof terrace, bike storage and 24 hr concierge.
Set on the ground floor of this imposing period building is this two double bedroom conversion. This property boasts over 1500 square feet of living accommodation and a private 55' rear garden.
The property is a short walk from Crouch End B…
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