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Top 3 properties for sale in Swiss Cottage

PUBLISHED: 12:11 08 June 2017 | UPDATED: 12:11 08 June 2017

College Crescent, NW3, �2,495,000

College Crescent, NW3, �2,495,000

Aleksandra Laganowska

From a penthouse style maisonette to a four bedroom Victorian family home, here are the best properties on the market in Swiss Cottage

Buckland Crescent, NW3, �1,390,000Buckland Crescent, NW3, �1,390,000

Buckland Crescent, NW3, £1,390,000

This penthouse style upper maisonette on the second and third floors of a Stucco fronted home features a 21.5 ft double reception room and seperate fitted kitchen. The property has three bedrooms and offers 1249 sq ft of living space. Outside, a south facing terrace is found outside the second reception room and benefits from expansive views and a speaker system.

College Crescent, NW3, �2,495,000College Crescent, NW3, �2,495,000

College Crescent, NW3, £2,495,000

This four bedroom home set on the garden level of a Victorian property has been recently renovated and includes a 34 ft reception room and open plan kitchen-dining room. Three of the bedrooms feature en suites and the home benefits from a private ladnscaped garden with its own studio.

Eton Avenue, NW3, �1,495,000Eton Avenue, NW3, �1,495,000

Eton Avenue, NW3, £1,495,000

Set on a pretty tree lined street, this three bedroom apartment has a large private terrace and carriage drive. A period red brick property, the home boasts original features including a fireplace in the reception room, alongside a separate kitchen come breakfast room. Two bedrooms have en suite shower rooms and there is also a guest cloakroom.

Goldschmidt & Howland

15 Heath St, London NW3 6TR

g-h.co.uk / 02074354404

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