Property of the week: historic Hampstead Village home built by a 19th century cheesemonger
- Credit: Benham and Reeves
Hampstead cheesemonger William Benham built this Grade II listed Georgian home in 1813. Recently restored, it’s now on the market for £1.85 million
Benham’s Place, Hampstead Village NW3
A delightful Grade II listed two / three bedroom Georgian house built in 1813 by one William Benham, who had a grocer’s and cheesemonger’s in Hampstead High Street. It is quietly situated at the end of a charming pedestrian lane.
This unique, characterful house is beautifully appointed and retains many period features including working fireplaces and original 1813 panelling.
The house was comprehensively refurbished in the first years of this century and display superb attention to detail and include reclaimed French oak flooring and cleverly designed storage throughout.
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There is bright well-arranged accommodation (1067 sq ft) complemented by both a well-tended garden to the front and a large (14 x 13) stunning roof terrace to the rear.
Benham’s Place is well located in the most historic part of Old Hampstead Village and opportunities to acquire a property of such character in this desirable location are rare to the current market.
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Benham and Reeves
£1,830,000 Sole Agent
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