For sale in Swiss Cottage: top three

PUBLISHED: 09:00 27 November 2017

Swiss Cottage Open Space

Swiss Cottage Open Space


This weeks three properties with spacious accommodation, period stain glass windows and a roof terrace

Fellows Road living areaFellows Road living area

Fellows Road NW3

Available to Let and to Buy

£1,100 per week (£4,767 pcm) Unfurnished

Asking Price - £1,800,000, Freehold

Strathray Gardens exteriorStrathray Gardens exterior

An extremely bright and recently refurbished three/four double bedroom terraced home, offering deceptively spacious accommodation with unreserved off-street parking. The ground floor consists of an impressive kitchen/breakfast room leading to the private garden, utility room, fantastic storage and a guest cloakroom. The first floor features a stunning reception room that has been cleverly designed to offer a separate study area/fourth bedroom and en-suite shower room and the second floor offers three double bedrooms with built-in storage and a spacious family bathroom. Fellows Road is located moments from Swiss Cottage Underground station (Jubilee Line) and the open spaces of Primrose Hill and Belsize Park.

Strathray Gardens, NW3

Quickswood kitchenQuickswood kitchen

Guide Price - £1,850,000, Leasehold

A striking upper maisonette (1943 sq ft/180.51 sq m) with outstanding terrace and balconies occupying the entire top two floors of an impressive double fronted red brick building set behind a carriage driveway with off street parking. This chic penthouse style apartment, with original period stained glass windows and magnificent staircase, has been comprehensively refurbished featuring a superb double aspect reception room with balcony, separate dining room, a large kitchen/breakfast with balcony, 27 ft principal bedroom, two further bedrooms, two bathrooms and a sensational glass staircase leading to an exceptional 28 ft roof terrace with panoramic views. This superb family home further benefits from extensive storage facilities and a separate utility room. Strathray Gardens is lined with mature trees, characterised by houses built by William Willett & Son in a distinguished Queen Anne style, is a highly sought after residential turning centrally located for Belsize Village, Primrose Hill and Swiss Cottage.

Quickswood, NW3

Asking Price - £2,150,000, Freehold

An exquisite four/five bedroom town house with a stunning roof terrace and two off street parking spaces located within a private estate in Primrose Hill. This property currently benefits from circa 2063 sq ft of well-planned accommodation across three floors. The ground floor features an exceptional 28 ft open plan kitchen/dining room with an abundance of natural light leading directly onto a secluded private patio garden. It also consists of a large study/bedroom with en-suite cloakroom. The first floor hosts a beautifully presented living room and spacious principal bedroom with fitted wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom. The second floor consists of a further two double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and a third single bedroom, this floor also benefits from a large family bathroom. The top floor comprises of a wonderful roof terrace (circa 225 sq ft) with a generous storage room. Other features include off-street parking for guests, a further two resident parking spaces, underfloor heating, ample storage, a guest cloakroom & utility room. The Quickswood estate is superbly positioned on a private road off King Henry’s Road approximately 300 yards from Primrose Hill park and 0.3 miles from Primrose Village with the stylish shops, boutiques and restaurants of England’s Lane only 0.3 miles away. There is a choice of transport links including Chalk Farm Station (Northern Line) 0.4 miles, Swiss Cottage Station (Jubilee Line) 0.6 miles, Belsize Park & St Johns Wood Stations are both less than one mile away.

All properties marketed by Goldschmidt & Howland. For more information visit g-h.co.uk

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