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Home of the week: Converted Hampstead church

PUBLISHED: 15:46 16 November 2017 | UPDATED: 14:40 17 November 2017

Sitting room

Sitting room

Benham & Reeves

This weeks choice is a former Presbyterian Church, boasting a galleried mezzanine floor with rooftop views

Hampstead VillageHampstead Village

Trinity Close, Willoughby Road, Hampstead Village NW3

Guide Price £3,000,000 Sole Agent

A highly individual secluded freehold house yards from Hampstead High Street. Hewn from a Presbyterian Church built in 1862 and converted for residential use in the 1970´s, the skilful conversion into a practical three bedroom home has created a stylish lifestyle property for everyday living, whilst retaining the enchanting character of the original church.

Hampstead Village terraceHampstead Village terrace

The property benefits from several sunning features including a breath-taking vaulted room with galleried mezzanine floor providing level access to a west facing linked double roof terrace with roof top views. Presented in excellent decorative order throughout, the house offers well-balanced accommodation including a superb master bedroom suite, alongside the rare advantage of off street parking. The charm and practical benefits of Hampstead Village and the Heath are on your doorstep. Houses so central yet quietly positioned are very rare to the current market.

Benham & Reeves Hampstead Village

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020 7435 9822

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