Top 3 Edwardian properties

Ferncroft Avenue, Hampstead, NW3, £7,000,000, Foxtons, 020 7433 6600

Ferncroft Avenue, Hampstead, NW3, £7,000,000, Foxtons, 020 7433 6600 - Credit: Archant

From a mansion block to a detached mansion, nothing says period drama like an Edwardian property, From Hampstead to Highgate here are three of the best currently on the market

Penthouse Flat, Harley House, NW1, £8,950,000

This penthouse flat is located in Harley House, a large gated Edwardian Mansion block adjacent to the Royal Academy of Music and moments away from Regent’s Park. Set over one floor, the flat provides over 4,000 sq ft of accommodation space including a drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and six bedrooms, two of which have access to the two rooftop terraces included in the property. The property includes two allocated parking spaces and 24 hour security services.

Arlington Residential

Highgate West Hill, Highgate, N6, £1,675,000

A newly refurbished first floor flat in Brookfield Mansions, an Edwardian mansion block abutting Hampstead Heath and Highgate Ponds. The lateral apartment offers 1638 sq ft of accommodation, comprising of an entrance hallway, two interconnecting reception rooms with views over Parliament Hill, and a kitchen/breakfast room. There are three double bedrooms, including one en suite. The property benefits from access to the landscaped communal garden with access to the Heath, a caretaker and residents’ parking.

Goldschmidt & HowlandFerncroft Avenue, Hampstead, NW3, £7,000,000Arranged over four floors, this six bedroom detached Edwardian property is located right in the heart of Hampstead close to the Heath. The house includes elegant period features and a grand staircase that runs throughout. There are three generously sized reception rooms, a kitchen and a conservatory that can be used as a dining area. To the rear of the property there is a large and well manicured private garden. Foxtons


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