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Top three properties for sale in Kentish Town

PUBLISHED: 18:11 04 June 2015 | UPDATED: 18:11 04 June 2015

Beaumont Mews Kentish Town NW5

Beaumont Mews Kentish Town NW5

Chris King

Property in Kentish Town ranges from the slightly more accessible ex-council flats, which are still snapped up by first time buyers and investors, to very large Victorian semis, which make spacious family homes.

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Busby Place, NW5, £2,495,000

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This six-bedroom house is arranged over six floors with a kitchen/family room, separate dining room, gym, cinema room, bar and pool.

A private rear garden and quaint courtyard provide outside space.

Foxtons

Burghley Road, NW5, £2,300,000

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A Victorian home in need of modernisation, ideal for a buyer hoping to put their stamp on a family home.

The house is arranged over four floors with high ceilings in the open plan reception room on the raised ground floor.

Benham & Reeves

Beaumont Mews, NW5, £765,000

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A contemporary two bedroom, two bathroom mews-style house in a gated development of five houses. Arranged over three floors, the property offers approximately 850 sq ft of accommodation, featuring an open-plan kitchen reception. The popular shops and restaurants of Kentish Town and Fortess Road are close by.

Greene & Co

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