Top 3 properties in converted schools

Ryland Road, Kentish Town, NW5, �695 pw, Goldschmidt & Howland, 020 8347 2601

Ryland Road, Kentish Town, NW5, �695 pw, Goldschmidt & Howland, 020 8347 2601 - Credit: Archant

If you do your homework right you could live in one of these three beautiful school conversions

Ryland Road, Kentish Town, NW5, £695 pw

A Grade II listed former school is home to this three bedroom apartment. There’s an open plan kitchen/diner on the first floor, along with a bright reception room leading on to a private roof terrace. The principal bedroom benefits from its own dressing room and en-suite bathroom, and there are two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property comes with off street parking and a day time porter service, and has excellent links in and out of London due to proximity to the Thames Link, Overground and Northern Line

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Linstead Street, West Hampstead, NW6, £1,495,000

This former Victorian school has been converted into unique apartments within a secure gated development. The living space comprises of a large reception area, dining are and modern kitchen with breakfast bar, and leading on to a decked roof terrace with built in seating. The property also benefits from a porter, off street parking, CCTV and landscaped communal gardens.


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Highgate Hill, Highgate, London, N19, £575 pw

A triplex apartment in a converted Victorian school offering flexible, well-proportioned accommodation set in a gated development. The property includes original features such as exposed brick and ornate windows. The property includes a large reception room, semi open plan kitchen/dining room, a large master bedroom including an en-suite wet room and two further bedrooms and family bathroom. There is resident parking, a porter service, and the rent includes gas and water bills.

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