Property of the week: Guildens

PUBLISHED: 16:17 12 October 2017 | UPDATED: 16:27 12 October 2017

Guildens, Courtenay Avenue, Kenwood, N6

Guildens, Courtenay Avenue, Kenwood, N6


A rare opportunity to purchase an unmodernised house which has been in the same ownership for nearly 60 years

Guildens, Courtenay Avenue, Kenwood, N6 Guildens, Courtenay Avenue, Kenwood, N6

Guildens • Courtenay Avenue

Kenwood N6

The house is situated on a double width plot of circa 1 acre (4,050 sq m), one of the largest plots on the street, and provides an opportunity for a buyer to create an impressive new home, subject to the necessary consents.

Guildens, Courtenay Avenue, Kenwood, N6 Guildens, Courtenay Avenue, Kenwood, N6

Courtenay Avenue is a prestigious private cul-de-sac, immediately opposite Kenwood House, protected by guard operated security gates, monitoring access to the road 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is located a short distance from the shops and restaurants of both Highgate and Hampstead Village, and only 5 miles (approximately) from Central London.


Guildens, Courtenay Avenue, Kenwood, N6 Guildens, Courtenay Avenue, Kenwood, N6

Price upon application

Joint Sole Agents

Arlington Residential

020 7722 3322


Glentree International

020 8458 7311


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