Property of the week: Hampstead Village Victorian villa with views over London skyline
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An attractive, part stucco-fronted Victorian villa on an unusually wide plot, set back from this popular turning behind a walled, gated and landscaped front garden.
This beautifully arranged end-of-terrace family house is situated on Cannon Place, one of the most sought-after locations in Hampstead and commonly referred to as being ‘between the Heath and the High Street.’
Superbly presented throughout, this wonderful home provides well-balanced accommodation with a particularly appealing open-plan family kitchen and reception room that affords direct access to the south-facing garden.
On the raised ground floor there are two further elegant connected reception rooms, whilst the upper floors provide six bedrooms and four bathrooms, including a generous principal bedroom suite on the first floor and a studio/bedroom suite on the top floor.
The far-reaching views over the London skyline from the upper floors are simply stunning and remind one of just how elevated this part of Hampstead is.
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In addition, the property has off-street parking for two cars with an electric gate and has a delightful primarily south-facing side and rear garden laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs together with garden shed.
Cannon Place, Hampstead Village, NW3
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