Top 3 properties with double height ceilings
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Above the vaulted sky - or at least a vaulted ceiling. Double height rooms allow for an abundance of space and natural light in these three properties currently for sale
Ryland Road, Kentish Town, NW5, £1,050,000
This two double bedroom Victorian property offers an open plan entertaining space with a double height vaulted ceiling on the first floor, along with a galleried study, kitchen, large bathroom and a secluded courtyard garden. A modern kitchen and bathroom compliments the original period features including a cast iron fireplace, wooden floors and large sash windows.
Bishopswood Road, Highgate, N6, £1,995,000
Built in 1973 by Modernist architects Stout and Litchfield, the centrepiece of the bedroom property is a dramatic double height reception room with full height glazed windows opening on to a balcony and a spiral staircase leading to a courtyard garden. Open-tread staircases link a series of half levels maximising natural light and connecting the reception rooms and four bedrooms.
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Wharf Road, King’s Cross, N1, £1,350,000
Overlooking the marina, this two bedroom penthouse apartment is set in a converted warehouse and features exposed brickwork, original wooden beams, wood floors and double height ceilings. Dual aspect south and west facing windows, Juliet balconies and a sky light flood the space with natural light. The newly regenerated area of King’s Cross is on the doorstep.
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