Home of the week: Room for all your earthly possesions in sought-after Hampstead enclave

PUBLISHED: 17:28 20 March 2018 | UPDATED: 17:28 20 March 2018

South Hill Park Gardens, Hampstead, NW3

South Hill Park Gardens, Hampstead, NW3


An accommodating and beautifully presented, five-bedroom family house, set in the desirable South Hill Park Conservation Area.

South Hill Park Gardens, Hampstead, NW3South Hill Park Gardens, Hampstead, NW3

Property features include a kitchen dining room, guest cloakroom , double reception, master bedroom suite including dressing room & bathroom, four further double bedrooms, one with a walk-in wardrobe and two with ensuite shower rooms, seperate shower room, utility cupboard, plant room, store, eaves storage.

To the rear of the property is a landscaped garden.

The South Hill Park Conservation Area is a popular family neighbourhood which has the advantage of having no through-traffic and is surrounded by Hampstead Heath.

South End Green has a great mix of cafes, gastro pubs, neighbourhood restaurants and shops, including delicatessens and Marks & Spencer; while Hampstead Village is less than a 10 minute stroll away.

South Hill Park Gardens, Hampstead, NW3South Hill Park Gardens, Hampstead, NW3

South Hill Park Gardens, Hampstead, NW3

£3,750,000 Freehold

South Hill Park Gardens, Hampstead, NW3South Hill Park Gardens, Hampstead, NW3

Amberden Estates

020 7794 7794


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