Top three properties for sale in Muswell Hill

Muswell Road, N10, Goldschmidt & Howland

Muswell Road, N10, Goldschmidt & Howland - Credit: Archant

Muswell Hill emerged as a suburban district of wide avenues and handsome red brick semi-detached homes in the early Edwardian era. Well-kept 1930s and Victorian Homes are to be found on Princes, Dukes Avenue and Alexandra Park Road, while a cluster of picturesque Arts and Crafts houses can be found in the roads leading off Rookfield Avenue.

Muswell Road

Muswell Road - Credit: Archant

Larger four- and five-bed detached family homes are situated between Alexandra Park and Highgate Wood in Woodland Rise and Onslow Gardens.

Whilst there are a number of purpose built apartment blocks, including the Art-Deco designed Whitehall Lodge in Pages Lane, the existence of a conservation area covering Muswell Hill means the majority of flats are in converted larger properties rather than modern developments.

Muswell Road, Muswell Hill, N10, £2,290,000

Muswell Road

Muswell Road - Credit: Archant

This end of terrace Edwardian family home has been newly refurbished while retaining many original features.

The house has five bedrooms, four of them en suite, as well as a family bathroom, cellar, south-facing garden and a roof terrace and gated off-street parking.

Goldschmidt & Howland

Dukes Avenue, Muswell Hill, N10, £1,800,000

Dukes Avenue, N10, JHK

Dukes Avenue, N10, JHK - Credit: Archant

This five-bedroom Edwardian, end-of-terrace house, close to Muswell Hill Broadway’s shops and cafes still has many of the original features.

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The 90ft long, south-facing garden has an open view across to The Grove in Alexandra Park. The house also has potential for expansion in the loft.


Princes Avenue, Muswell Hill, N10, £2,895,000

Princes Avenue, N10, Marcus Parfitt

Princes Avenue, N10, Marcus Parfitt - Credit: Archant

Princes Avenue is one of Muswell Hill’s sought after ‘royal avenues’.

This extended and refurbished six-bedroom double-fronted Edwardian home has off-street parking and a large 100ft garden and terrace.

Marcus Parfitt