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Top three properties for sale in Primrose Hill

PUBLISHED: 16:02 23 April 2015 | UPDATED: 16:54 23 April 2015

Chalcot Crescent

Chalcot Crescent

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Property in Primrose Hill comes in an array of styles and pretty pastel colours. Houses are often divided into flats but many have remained as whole houses, often with grand refurbishments. Here are three of the best on the market at the moment.

Chalcot Crescent Primrose Hill NW1Chalcot Crescent Primrose Hill NW1

Oppidans Road, NW3, £2,100,000

Oppidans Road reception roomOppidans Road reception room

This three double-bedroom split-level garden flat is part of a pretty period terrace. High ceilinged rooms have double-aspect bay windows, while the reception room boasts two ornate fireplaces. The fully fitted kitchen with breakfast bar has double doors that lead out to a south-facing terrace.

The lower level principal bedroom has built-in storage and access to the 52ft private garden, also south-facing.

Goldschmidt & Howland

Chalcot Crescent, NW1, £1,150,000

Chalcot CrescentChalcot Crescent

The top floor of this two-bedroom flat on one of Primrose Hill’s most famous streets features a large glass wall, bouncing light throughout the living area.

The property also features wooden floors throughout.

Anscombe & Ringland

Mayfair Mews, Regents Park Road, NW1, £699,950

Mayfair Mews Primrose Hill NW1Mayfair Mews Primrose Hill NW1

A one-bedroom freehold house set in a private gated mews behind the shops and cafes of Regent’s Park Road.

Opening into an open plan kitchen, dining and living space, upstairs the house has a double bedroom and en-suite shower room.

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