Property of the week: Double-fronted Hampstead family home

PUBLISHED: 10:25 03 March 2015 | UPDATED: 10:25 03 March 2015

14 Rosecroft Avenue

14 Rosecroft Avenue


On the market for the first time in over forty years, a double fronted semi-detached Edwardian freehold of some 4,471sq ft.

14 Rosecroft Avenue 14 Rosecroft Avenue

Rosecroft Avenue, Hampstead, NW3

Guide price £4,500,000

The property is presently arranged as two apartments, set back from the road behind a driveway for one/two cars (and a single garage) and enjoying an elevated position on this renowned tree lined ‘Crofts’ road.

The house could be reinstated back to a single family home, and when completed could easily provide six bedrooms, four/five bathrooms, three reception rooms and a kitchen/breakfast room.

14 Rosecroft Avenue 14 Rosecroft Avenue

In addition to this it should be possible to create a large lower ground floor level to provide further reception/leisure/staff space subject of course to the usual planning consents.

To the rear is a secluded lawned garden of approximately 65ft in depth.

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020 7794 8700

14 Rosecroft Avenue 14 Rosecroft Avenue

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