Top 3 properties for sale in Belsize Park

Provost Road, £4999,999, Goldschmidt & Howland

Provost Road, £4999,999, Goldschmidt & Howland - Credit: Archant

Property in Belsize Park ranges from grand, stucco-fronted houses with high ceilings, large windows and spacious rooms, to charming and cosy mews homes.

Provost Road, �4,999,999, Goldschmidt & Howland

Provost Road, �4,999,999, Goldschmidt & Howland - Credit: Archant

Decorative Arts & Crafts buildings also rub shoulders with Modernist designs from the last century.

One thing all these homes have in common though, is a level of glossiness that make it hard to imagine how Belsize Park ever had a reputation as Hampstead’s poor relation.

Adamson Road, £1,550,000

Adamson Road, �1,550,000, Parkheath

Adamson Road, �1,550,000, Parkheath - Credit: Archant

This three-bedroom garden flat is situated between Belsize Park and Swiss Cottage in a semi-detached, stucco-fronted villa.

The spacious home boasts a modern kitchen, bathroom and tidy patio garden.

Parkheath

Belsize Park Gardens, £2,999,950

Belsize Park Gardens, �2,999,950, Hadleigh Residential

Belsize Park Gardens, �2,999,950, Hadleigh Residential - Credit: Archant

A garden maisonette with four bedrooms set over the raised and lower ground floor of this classic stucco-fronted Belsize Park building.

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The property offers a rare opportunity to fix up this unmodernised home with many of the original Victorian features, including a 30ft reception room with original curved barrel door, high ceilings, marble fireplace and ornate cornicing.

Hadleigh Residential

Provost Road, £499,999

Provost Road, �4,999,999, Goldschmidt & Howland

Provost Road, �4,999,999, Goldschmidt & Howland - Credit: Archant

This grade II-listed detached house dating from 1844 is on the market for the first time in 25 years.

The property is complete with original fireplaces, wood and tiled flooring and a spiral staircase from the house to the garden, as well as off-street parking.

Goldschmidt & Howland