Guide Price £3,000,000
On the market for the first time in 50 years and being sold by its first owner, a 'modern classic' mid-terrace townhouse designed by the renowned architectural practice of Ted Levy Benjamin.
Built in 1969 and previously the site of an old garden nursery, the property forms part of an iconic terrace of houses, located in the heart of Hampstead Village and built around a charming and mature communal garden.
This particular four/five bedroom, three bathroom house has been maintained by the present owner and is unusually offered for sale in its original decorative form, so will therefore require updating throughout, but remains an excellent example of post war British contemporary architecture. It offers an incoming buyer the opportunity to take advantage of its late 1960's retro style, to create an exciting modern 20th Century home.
The house provides 2,520 sq ft (234 sq m) of bright accommodation arranged over four floors with an impressive split level reception room with sliding doors that lead to a private patio and steps down onto the pretty communal garden. At the top of the house is a large sun-trap roof terrace with views over the Village towards the Heath, as well as a cool loggia balcony off the master-bedroom. In addition to the internal accommodation the house also comes with a lock-up single garage (held on a separate long lease).
The shops, cafes, restaurants, charm and public transport facilities of Hampstead are located at the top of Gayton Road on the High Street and the huge, green open expanses of the Heath are less than a ten minute walk away along Well Walk.