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Home of the Week: Handsome four-bedroom Victorian terrace in Dartmouth Park

PUBLISHED: 16:28 11 April 2018 | UPDATED: 11:51 12 April 2018

Bramshill Gardens

Bramshill Gardens

Benham & Reeves

An attractive four-storey Victorian family home on the upper slopes of peaceful Dartmouth Park

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Bramshill Gardens, Dartmouth Park, NW5

£1,950,000 Sole Agent

This four bedroom house was completely modernised by the current vendors seven years ago and features two floors of family and entertaining areas.

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The raised ground floor provides an elegant double reception room with high corniced ceilings and wood flooring. The lower ground floor enjoys expansive split level accommodation comprising a family area with direct access to the front courtyard and a striking 27ft contemporary kitchen/dining room to the rear which leads seamlessly, via bi-fold doors, to the secluded west facing garden.

There are four double bedrooms on the two upper floors, an office/study and a guest room, with a large family bathroom and shower room, and wonderful roof top views towards leafy Highgate.

The immediate area provides a fabulous selection of Gastro pubs, the charming street cafes of Swains Lane, and of course, the rolling acres of Hampstead Heath. Both Tufnell Park and Archway tube stations are within walking distance, with excellent bus routes on Highgate Road and Gospel Oak Overground linking Richmond in the west to Stratford in the East. Energy Rating D.

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Benham & Reeves

020 7284 0101

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