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Hot properties: on the market in Crouch End, Hampstead and Primrose Hill

PUBLISHED: 11:38 19 April 2017 | UPDATED: 10:15 27 April 2017

Fairfield Road, Crouch End, N8, £600,000

Fairfield Road, Crouch End, N8, £600,000

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Fancy a five bedroom family home, a contemporary apartment or a period flat? Take your pick of our top properties up for grabs this week

Mount View Road, Crouch End Heights, N4, �2,200,000 Mount View Road, Crouch End Heights, N4, �2,200,000

Big Buy

Mount View Road, Crouch End Heights, N4, £2,200,000

This family home is located close to the amenities and transport links of Crouch End, Harringay and Stroud Green Road. With five bedrooms and three bathrooms, one of which contains a Japanese plunge pool, the home has over 3000 sq ft of accommodation which retains several period features including sash windows, high ceilings and fireplaces. The private garden can be reached through one of the three reception rooms and the conservatory, while the loft benefits from a Juliette balcony with views of Alexandra Palace.

Greene & Co., 020 3151 4524

Well Walk, Hampstead, NW3, �995pw Well Walk, Hampstead, NW3, �995pw

Rental

Well Walk, Hampstad, NW3, £995pw

This light and spacious two double bedroom apartment is located on the first floor of a period conversion with high ceilings and wood floors. With a large reception room and modern fitted kitchen with access to a private roof terrace, the flat has ample space to entertain. The apartment is well located for the High Street and Hampstead Heath

Well Walk, Hampstead, NW3, �995pw Well Walk, Hampstead, NW3, �995pw

Goldschmidt & Howland, 020 7435 4404

First time buy

Fairfield Road, Crouch End, N8, £600,000

Fairfield Road, Crouch End, N8, �600,000 Fairfield Road, Crouch End, N8, �600,000

A period conversion, this flat has high ceilings and is flooded with natural light. With two double bedrooms, a large living room and a kitchen/diner, the top floor property has ample space to entertain and with a downstairs hall, there is plenty of storage space. Fairfield Road is conveniently located for the amenities of Crouch End, and is within walking distance of Alexandra Palace.

Martyn Gerrard, 020 8348 5135

Fixer upper

St Marks Square, NW1, £1,150,000 St Marks Square, NW1, £1,150,000

St Marks Square, NW1, £1,150,000
This two-bedroom lower ground floor flat in Primrose Hill could do with a little sprucing up, but with a location on the corner of St Mark’s Square in close reach of Regents Park, offers great potential. The property has a large reception room, two bedrooms and a rear patio.
Marsh & Parsons, 020 7244 2200

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