Hot properties: rounding up the week in north London property
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Our pick of this week’s best property deals and hottest homes to buy, develop, or rent in north London as well as the low down on the market.
Live in faux-palatial splendour in this quintessential Bishops Avenue mansion, asking price £15million. One imagines that, with its grand gardens and spacious detached layout this seven-bedroom property, set behind secure double gates with a carriage driveway may have most appeal for those international buyers who are making the most of the favourable exchange rate.
The “Palladian style” property has a series of large reception rooms as well as a banquet-sized dining room and backs directly onto Highgate Golf Course.
Knight Frank, Hampstead, 020 3582 8905 First time buyersSkills with storage and a rigid attitude to tidying will be a benefit if you buy this Belsize Park studio as your primary residence but if you can tick both boxes then the second-floor flat could be an ideal first home. The wooden floors and natural light are particularly nice features of the recently refurbished space, while the separate kitchen is a definite plus for those who don’t like sleeping too near the fridge. Alternatively the £375,000 studio would make an excellent pied-a-terre in a particularly lovely part of the capital. Hadleigh Residential, 020 7722 9799
This three-bedroom flat is in a 1970s block with interiors that look like they may well have been untouched since the property was first built – you just don’t find tiles or wallpaper like that any more.
Retro fiends may be tempted to keep certain of the decorative touches but those of a more contemporary persuasion will delight in the blank slate, good sized rooms and wide windows in this £1.1million home. The location in central Belsize Park is also not to be sniffed at, while facilities such as the double length garage, parking permit, passenger lift and communal gardens will also be welcome.
Greene & Co, 020 7483 2551
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Original parquet flooring and a balcony in an Art Deco block mere moments from Parliament Hill are the major draws to this three-bedroom rental flat, available to let for £2,250 per month with heating and hot water included.
Live out your Agatha Christie fantasies in this third floor flat (with lift), which comes with its original feature fireplaces – no word whether they work or not. The Hylda Court property is currently being redecorated and will be available from mid-August.
Hamways, 020 7644 9977
Word on the street
Optimism (whether foolish or warranted) is the word of the day in the beleaguered Hampstead property market and none more optimistic than Philip Green of Goldschmidt & Howland. So this seven-bedroom house in Little Venice has been reduced by £600,000 since it was listed three months ago? “With change comes opportunity,” says Green.
Apparently the house’s wealthy owner is moving overseas and is keen to offload the property if possible. Or, if no-one’s keen to splash the necessary £7.35million then it’s also available to rent for £20,583 a month.
Goldschmidt & Howland, 020 7289 6666