An "exceptional" Grade II listed home built in the 1700s has been listed on Zoopla for the tidy sum of £12,750,000.

The Georgian home, nestled in Rosslyn Hill, Hampstead, was built in the 1770s by John Stokes.

With six bedrooms sprawling across 6,168sq ft, this period property is accessed through a private gated driveway, and is tucked away on a "hidden" plot.

Ham & High: A bright orange hallway welcome you inA bright orange hallway welcome you in (Image: Milton Stone/Zoopla)

The unique six-bed home, located moments from Hampstead Village and Heath, maintains its period character - but with extra splashes of colour.

It showcases triple aspect views from the principal rooms overlooking the beautiful garden, and walls painted most shades of the rainbow.

Ham & High: Each of the rooms has kept its original period featuresEach of the rooms has kept its original period features (Image: Milton Stone/Zoopla)

The main house features five double bedrooms, located on the first and second floors, with two additional bedrooms in a charming cottage in the garden.

The secluded cottage, overlooking the garden, offers an open-concept kitchen, reception room, and two separate bedroom suites, extending the property's grandeur beyond the main home.

Ham & High: A butter yellow kitchenA butter yellow kitchen (Image: Milton Stone/Zoopla)

Within the main home, the spacious master bedroom features an en-suite bathroom and a dressing room, offering incredible garden views.

This historic property is situated within walking distance of good schools, transport links, shops, and restaurants.

Ham & High: Pretty-in-pink dining roomPretty-in-pink dining room (Image: Milton Stone/Zoopla)

It is less than half a mile away from Hampstead and Belsize Park Underground Stations, and just under a mile from Finchley Road and Swiss Cottage Underground Stations.

For more information, or to arrange a viewing, call estate agent Milton Stone on 02077 680816.

Ham & High: A turquoise sitting roomA turquoise sitting room (Image: Milton Stone/Zoopla)