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Three top properties for sale/rent in Primrose Hill

PUBLISHED: 17:00 20 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:41 20 February 2018

The canal near Primrose Hill

The canal near Primrose Hill

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All properties on the market with Goldschmidt & Howland; 020 7043 4433; g-h.co.uk

Regents Park Road Regents Park Road

Regents Park Road

£3,500 p/w

A stunning and recently refurbished five bedroom, three bathroom family house ideally positioned within a short walk to both Primrose Hill and Regent’s Park. The house comprises four reception rooms, spacious fully fitted eat-in kitchen, principal bedroom with a dressing room and en-suite bathroom, four further double bedrooms, two further bathrooms and a well-manicured private garden.

Mayfair Mews Mayfair Mews

Mayfair Mews

£1,000 p/w

A charming two bedroom mews house offering open plan living and set within a secluded gated mews just off Regents Park Road. The property has been finished in a contemporary style and comprises a spacious reception/dining room incorporating an integrated kitchen with French doors opening to a shared courtyard, principal bedroom with an en-suite shower room and private balcony, second double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and a guest cloakroom.

Ormonde Terrace Ormonde Terrace

Ormonde Terrace

£399,950 Leasehold

An outstanding raised ground floor, corner aspect studio apartment with direct views over Primrose Hill forming part of a prestigious development on the borders of Primrose Hill and St Johns Wood. This highly sought after property is flooded with natural light, and comprises a large studio room and separate shower room. Other benefits include an onsite porter, high ceilings and ample storage.

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