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For sale in Highgate: top three

PUBLISHED: 08:55 20 November 2017 | UPDATED: 09:04 20 November 2017

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On the market this week are three historic properties with period features, high ceilings and far-reaching views in an eviable location

Furnival House Furnival House

Furnival House, Cholmeley Park, Highgate Village N6

£3,500,000

Furnival House a Grade II listed building originally dating back to 1916, is now a high quality development comprising of just 15 contemporary apartments. The stunning exterior of the block leads to a Portico entrance which in turn gives access to the foyer and concierge desk, manned 12 hours a day. Located in historic Highgate Village, one of the highest points in London, Furnival House provides outstanding comfort including a full leisure centre with luxurious swimming pool, sauna, steam room and fully fitted gym together with a secure car parking and communal gardens. Each of the apartments has their own identity and magnificent far-reaching views are available from the upper floors. Highgate Village is ideally placed for access to the City and West End, and the local restaurants and cafe culture along with the wide open spaces of Waterlow Park, Hampstead Heath and Kenwood located nearby.

Stormont Road Stormont Road

Stormont Road, Highgate N6

Guide Price £5,995,000

Langdon Park Road Langdon Park Road

A fully detached Edwardian Arts & Crafts family house, secluded from the road and behind its own private driveway. The character packed, high ceilinged accommodation provides a flexible yet comfortable environment with extensive mature gardens and a plot extending to nearly 1/2 an acre. The flexible nature of the property features a separate self-contained annexe, garden winter/summer house, a secluded play area for children and ample secure off street parking. The property also has the valuable advantage of existing planning consent for further expansion, including: enlargement of the existing roof space, side extension and substantial indoor leisure/pool complex. If required further details are available upon application. Stormont Road is located within easy reach of Hampstead Heath, Highgate Village, many of the local schools,

Langdon Park Road, Highgate N6

£1,200,000

Forming the majority of an attractive Victorian villa, a triplex maisonette comprising over 2000 sq ft of light filled accommodation. The exceptionally flexible layout provides three/four bedrooms, a good size kitchen with adjoining dining room, benefits from a spacious ground floor room with en suite facilities and retains a number of period features including high ceilings and sash windows. Externally there is a small courtyard to the front of the property and a small section of garden which would be ideal as an off street parking space, subject to any required consents. The property is located on the corner of Langdon Park Road and Milton Park and is therefore easily accessible to Highgate tube (Northern Line) and the environmental trail of Parkland Walk. Affording more space than the average houses in the area, viewings are recommended to appreciate the volume of space available.

All properties on the market with Benham & Reeves

Highgate Sales Office | 020-8348 2341

35 High Street London N6 5JT | Email: sales@b-r.co.uk

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