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Top 3 properties with cellars

PUBLISHED: 16:33 26 January 2016 | UPDATED: 17:15 26 January 2016

This 5 bed home in Highgate includes a cellar, a gym and a home cinema

This 5 bed home in Highgate includes a cellar, a gym and a home cinema

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Whether you’re looking for a house with a home for your wine collection or simply need the extra space, we’ve found the top three properties with cellars for you.

North Road, Highgate, N6, £1,599,950

This quirky four bedroom house includes a 150 sq ft cellar. Two large downstairs reception rooms are accessible from the entrance hall, with a kitchen/diner and brightly lit conservatory located at the rear of the property. A patio garden spans the width of the building. Located just half a mile from Highgate underground station, this family home is located just down the road from Highgate School.

Anscombe & Ringland

Park Village West, Regent’s Park, NW1, £3,600,000

This Grade II listed example of Nash architecture includes an impressive wine cellar. The double fronted, low built villa is set in a quiet crescent just minutes from Regent’s Park. There are four bedrooms, a spacious recpetion room, and study spread over three floors. A large kitchen / dining room leads on to the courtyard garden. Planning has been granted for a basement extension.

Savills

The Grove, Highgate, N6 6LB, £7,950,000

This impressive five bedroom Georgian townhouse is set over six floors and has its own lift. The basement features a wine cellar, a gym, a cinema with a bar, an entertainment room and a laundry room. There property has a separate studio apartment on the garden floor and benefits from off street car parking. The home is located in the Highgate Village area with its hill-top views of the city.

Octagon Developments Ltd

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