Top 3 properties with a stucco front
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Stuck on stucco? Here are three of the best white-fronted homes currently on the market in north London that’ll help you fulfil your dream of living in a real life iced wedding cake
Sandy Road, Hampstead, NW3, £2,650,000
Dating back to circa 1912, this stucco-fronted mid terrace town house is presented in immaculate condition. The house comprises 1977 sq ft and is located in a discrete cul-de-sac abutting Hampstead Heath and Golders Hill Park. The ground floor has a kitchen/breakfast room and a reception room that opens onto the garden. A further reception room and five bathrooms are arranged on the two upper floors. The home is approached via a front garden, and also benefits from a rear decked garden and a roof terrace with views over the Heath.
Clarence Terrace, Regent’s Park, NW1, £1,799,950
Set within a stucco fronted block, this bright top floor apartment has wonderful views of Regent’s park. The property comprises a master bedroom with en suite bathroom, a second bedroom, shower room, large reception room and a fitted kitchen. Benefits include a porter service, lift, and an underground parking space. Clarence terrace is on the south western side of Regent’s park, within easy reach of Baker Street and Marylebone.
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Belsize Park Gardens, Belsize Park, NW3, £1,795,000
This three bedroom apartment occupies the entire first floor of an elegant Victorian stucco fronted house on a wide, tree lined turning in the heart of Belsize park. The apartment provides 1300 sq ft, with a generous sized reception room and high ceilings. The property has a discrete, fully fitted kitchen, modern bathroom suite, and a large sunny balcony to the rear. The amenities of Belsize Village and the transport connections of Swiss Cottage are just a short walk away.
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