Top 3 properties with great gardens for children
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Buying a new home is certainly not childs play, so here are three north London properties with plenty of space for your children to roam. From a secret garden to explore to an adventure playground for your swallows and amazons, there’s here something for every family.
Bishopswood Road, Highgate, N6, £7,850,000
A west facing garden measuring over 200 ft complete with its own adventure playground is the crowning glory of this detached six bedroom family home. Recently refurbished, the well designed accommodation includes an elegant wood panelled entrance hallway, two bay-fronted reception rooms, a TV room, family room and kitchen / dining / reception room with floor to ceiling sliding glass doors leading to the garden. Upstairs, the principal suite includes a dressing room and bathroom, along with five further en suite double bedrooms. The property is set behind a gated carriage driveway and includes a double garage and off street parking.
Aylestone Avenue, Brondesbury park, NW6, £5,250,000
This seven bedroom family home features a 175 ft mature garden with its own woodland area, along with a heated indoor swimming pool and gym. Arranged over three floors, the downstairs includes an eat-in kitchen complete with breakfast bar and an expansive reception room leading to the garden. The master bedroom includes a separate dressing room and an en suite. The property includes a driveway with a garage along with additional gated off-street parking.
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Redington Road, Hamstead, NW3, £3,950,000
The 120 ft south / west facing mature gardens of this lateral raised ground floor apartment would make a magical play area for older children. Set back from the road behind a carriage driveway, the double fronted detached house has dedicated off street parking for one car. The apartment features a balance of both reception and bedroom space, including a reception room, study, kitchen with adjoining breakfast room and a dining room complete with a balcony. The garden can be accessed via a feature spiral staircase.
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