This exquisite five bedroom semi-detached home is in a secluded position in Hampstead Garden Suburb. The accommodation sweeps across four floors and extends to 2493 sqft (231 sqm). Constructed in 1910 by Parker and Unwin, the red brick façade and turret style bay windows are synonymous with the architecture of the area, that has been internationally recognised of historical importance.
The accommodation to the ground floor is accessed from the side with solid oak door providing access to the entrance hallway, two reception rooms and a spacious kitchen/dining room with elevated views over the rear garden. The first reception has a feature turret style bay window and the second reception is currently arranged as an office but would comfortably provide a formal dining room. Stairs then lead down to the garden level with an additional reception room with door leading to the rear garden. To the front of the garden level is an additional reception space that could also be used as additional bedroom, utility room and shower room. The first floor has three bedrooms, the main bedroom is located to the rear of the property with en-suite shower room, the second bedroom also has a feature turret style bay window, the third bedroom is also a double and a family bathroom. The second floor was originally two bedrooms, however the current owners have adapted the fifth bedroom to create a large shower room, this could be changed back to an additional bedroom if required.