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Top 3 houses for sale and to rent in Primrose Hill

PUBLISHED: 09:30 16 February 2017

Princess Road, Primrose Hill, NW1, �1,095,000, Goldschmidt and Howland020 7043 4433

Princess Road, Primrose Hill, NW1, �1,095,000, Goldschmidt and Howland020 7043 4433

Aleksandra Laganowska

Three properties currently for sale or to rent in NW1 and NW3

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With its parkside address and hilltop views there is nowhere quite like Primrose Hill - check out our area guide for all the best independent shops, restaurants and family activities.

Here are three of the best houses currently for sale in NW1 and NW3:

Princess Road, Primrose Hill, NW1, �1,095,000, Goldschmidt and Howland020 7043 4433 Princess Road, Primrose Hill, NW1, �1,095,000, Goldschmidt and Howland020 7043 4433

Princess Road, Primrose Hill, NW1, £1,095,000

This two-bedroom first floor apartment sits above the Albert Pub, built circa 1849. Period features blend with modern fittings in a reception room with a dual aspect and curved glass windows.

Whittlebury Mews East, NW1, �1,875,000, Goldschmidt and Howland, 020 7043 4433 Whittlebury Mews East, NW1, �1,875,000, Goldschmidt and Howland, 020 7043 4433

Whittlebury Mews East, Primrose Hill, NW1, £1,875,000

Part of a new development, this house includes a large kitchen / reception, three bedrooms with en suites, two terraces and a utility room.

Meadowbank, Primrose Hill, NW3, �1,495 pw (�6,478 pcm), Goldschmidt and Howland, 020 7043 4433 Meadowbank, Primrose Hill, NW3, �1,495 pw (�6,478 pcm), Goldschmidt and Howland, 020 7043 4433

Meadowbank, Primrose Hill, NW3, £1,495 pw (£6,478 pcm)

Arranged over three floors, this refurbished modern town house has three reception rooms with wooden floors, a separate kitchen, four double bedrooms and parking for up to three vehicles.

Goldschmidt and Howland

114-118 Parkway, Camden, NW1 7AN

020 7043 4433

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