Three great properties to buy in Dartmouth Park

PUBLISHED: 16:33 31 January 2018

Croftdown Road, NW5

Croftdown Road, NW5


Properties such as semi-detached and terraced Victorian houses with large gardens characterise Dartmouth Park’s streets

Croftdown Road, NW5 Croftdown Road, NW5

Croftdown Road, NW5

Guide Price £3,000,000

An imposing, eight-bedroom, bay fronted, four storey, end-of-terrace Victorian house (circa 3,400sq ft), arranged over four generous floors. Wonderful high ceilinged reception rooms are on the raised ground floor, retaining ornate period detailing and with a dual aspect.

Croftdown Road, NW5 Croftdown Road, NW5

Dartmouth Park Avenue, NW5

Guide Price £699,950 sole agent

Occupying the entire ground floor of a grand semi-detached Victorian house and approached via its own private entrance, this is a stylish and spacious two-bedroom apartment.

Dartmouth Park Avenue, NW5 Dartmouth Park Avenue, NW5

Spencer Rise, NW5

£1,300,000 sole agent

Close to the summit of this sought after, tree-lined, residential turning only 300 metres from Tufnell Park Station, this charming, end of terrace, three-bedroom Victorian house is for sale chain free.

Dartmouth Park Avenue, NW5 Dartmouth Park Avenue, NW5

All properties marketed by Benham and Reeves, Dartmouth Park, 020 7284 0101, b-r.co.uk

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