Property of the week: Historic home in one of Hampstead’s tranquil pockets
- Credit: Archant
A charming, grade II-listed early neo-Georgian family house built and designed by Horace Field in c.1893; it is located within this highly coveted, private gated enclave of family houses which have been built on what were the pleasure grounds of Hampstead’s first spa.
Offering spacious, well-kept accommodation, this wonderful property affords views of its own private gardens and the vast communal grounds from all of the principle rooms. The deceptively spacious accommodation features four to five reception rooms, including a wonderful two storey orangery-style extension, a large bespoke hand crafted kitchen/breakfast room and five bedrooms.
The property benefits from off street parking and a garage.
Gainsborough Gardens, Hampstead Village, NW3
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