An exceptional two double bedroom garden maisonette configured across the upper ground and lower-ground floors of this fine terrace property at the heart of Kentish Town.
Access to the property is either by a dual entrance on the upper ground floor or private entrance at the lower ground floor, opening on to a large reception space rich with cultural heritage.
This room offers a welcoming fireplace at its centre, with an open-plan kitchen dining area at the rear, leading on to the refined garden.
Reams of natural light cascade across the principal bedroom from the sash windows with a southerly aspect which highlights the tall ceilings and working shutters and the deep red tonal palette of the walls. The second bedroom also has a number of period features, with wooden floors, tall ceiling and a sash window.
The bathroom is a four-piece affair with deep tonal grey for the tiles, separate shower & contemporary fittings.
The outside space comes in the form of a wonderful & secluded garden, nestled amongst lush neighbouring foliage, split levels in form revealing an outdoor kitchen accessed from the main body of the building with stairs leading to a 51ft upper level. This level is a masterstroke in landscape design, where high brick walls and soaring greenery ensure a remarkable sense of privacy, the perfect spot for breakfast or an alfresco dinner.
To the rear the area has been prepared for a home office, with planning consent agreed.
The property's location gives ease of access to Kentish Town & Camden with many local amenities surrounding to include both the northern line underground station giving ease of access to Kings Cross & Overground station. The Victorian swimming baths, the Collège Français Bilingue de Londres on Holmes Road and Camden School for Girls, together with the Zabludowicz Collection, the Forum & Lion and the Unicorn theatre Pub form part of this thriving part of Northwest London. Primrose Hill, Regent¿s Park and Hampstead Heath are also within walking distance & further afield the Kings Cross regeneration, including Granary Square and Coal Drops Yard, is positioned on the other side of the Regent's Canal, approximately 15 minutes¿ walk from the property. Alongside existing outposts of Caravan coffee roasters, Waitrose, Dishoom, and audiophile bar Spiritland, the Thomas Heatherwick-designed Coal Drops Yard has brought Margaret Howell, Tom Dixon and Aesop stores to the canal.
A truly spectacular property that must be seen, with the perfect combination of Victorian charm blending with practical modernity.