Property of the week: Four floors of Georgian grandeur in historic Hampstead home
PUBLISHED: 15:34 02 September 2015 | UPDATED: 15:34 02 September 2015
This beautifully presented Grade II-listed Georgian house offers stylish family accommodation arranged over four floors.
The house has been extended to provide a contemporary dining room with glass roof and bi-folding doors which open onto the landscaped rear garden, complete with garden studio. The dining room leads to an open-plan kitchen and family room.
On the ground floor there is an elegant sitting room and drawing room, which overlooks the front and rear gardens. On the first floor the master bedroom suite spans almost the entire floor and there is an additional study which could be used as a further bedroom. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms which share a bathroom.
The house has an English Heritage blue plaque stating: Peter Medawar (1915-1987), a pioneer of transplantation immunology lived here. The house was also briefly the home of painter John Constable and family.
Downshire Hill, Hampstead, NW3 £4,250,000 – Freehold
020 7472 5000
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