A truly unique and wonderful three bedroom house, occupying approximately 2258sqft, with direct access to a beautiful communal garden.
A truly unique and wonderful three bedroom house, occupying approximately 2258sqft (210sqm), with direct access to a beautiful communal garden.
Designed in the 1970s by the architect Jeremy Lever, 29 and a Half Lansdowne Crescent occupies what was once a space in the Victorian terrace of Lansdowne Crescent. Positioned on a hillside, the property has phenomenal far-reaching views at the rear over north west London. Internally, the property is cleverly arranged, making best use of the space and the views at the rear, with double height ceilings and half-landings which allow for impressive open plan areas. There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms on the middle two floors, and in addition the house offers an abundance of living space, including an eat-in kitchen leading out to a large roof terrace, a split level first floor drawing room, and a wonderful study on the top floor with vaulted ceilings and a stunning view from the adjoining balcony.