Top 3 properties for sale in Dartmouth Park

St Albans Road, NW5, £2,550,000, Benham and Reeves, 020 7284 0101

St Albans Road, NW5, £2,550,000, Benham and Reeves, 020 7284 0101 - Credit: Benham and Reeves

Three houses currently for sale in NW5, Dartmouth Park

The Homeland actor has made The Bull and Last his local

The Homeland actor has made The Bull and Last his local - Credit: Polly Hancock

With its good schools and roomy Victorian properties this corner of north London is popular for relocating families - check out our area guide to learn all you need to know about the area.

Fancy yourself rubbing shoulders with the celebrity residents of Dartmouth Park? Here are three homes in NW5 that are currently for sale:

Lissenden Gardens, NW5, £1,200,000, Benham and Reeves, 020 7284 0101

Lissenden Gardens, NW5, £1,200,000, Benham and Reeves, 020 7284 0101 - Credit: Benham and Reeves

Lissenden Gardens, NW5, £1,200,000

Set in a residential enclave backing directly on to Hampstead Heath, this third floor three bedroom mansion apartment features a large dining area and a reception room with views out over the Heath

Woodsome Road, NW5, £2,200,000, Benham and Reeves, 020 7284 0101

Woodsome Road, NW5, £2,200,000, Benham and Reeves, 020 7284 0101 - Credit: Benham and Reeves

Woodsome Road, NW5, £2,200,000

A recently refurbished Victorian home with a 27 ft double reception room leading on to an extended kitchen/diner opening on to a low maintenance rear garden via full width doors.

St Albans Road, NW5, £2,550,000, Benham and Reeves, 020 7284 0101

St Albans Road, NW5, £2,550,000, Benham and Reeves, 020 7284 0101 - Credit: Benham and Reeves

St Albans Road, NW5, £2,550,000

Approached via a private front garden, this three storey semi-detached Edwardian house features high ceilings, period detailing and a sunny conservatory opening on to a south facing garden.


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Benham and Reeves, Dartmouth Park

64 Chetwynd Road, NW5 1DE

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