Top 3 properties in Camden Town
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Development of the area began in the late 18th century and continued through the Victorian era, accompanied by growing industry and infrastructure, including the Regent’s Canal in 1816. As a result there are several terraces from the era.
The Glass Building, Arlington Road, NW1, £1,325,000
A contemporary flat in a distinctive building designed by Piers Gough, this two-bedroom flat has underground parking and porterage. There is a large open plan south west-facing kitchen/reception room, master bedroom suite and further double bedroom.
Delancey Street, NW1, £2,499,950
This four-bedroom period house is close to Regent’s Park with a dual aspect kitchen/reception space, a first floor drawing room with floor-to-ceiling windows and a master bedroom with direct access onto a terrace and modern shower room. A secluded patio and 36 ft garden on one a desirable residential street close to the heart of vibrant Camden make this an ideal family home.
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St Paul’s Crescent, NW1, £1,649,950
A four-bedroom Victorian house with a south east-facing garden on one of Camden Town’s most desirable roads in the heart of a conservation area. The large, light property boasts well planned accommodation across three floors with the ground floor double reception room leading out to the garden.
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