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Top three north London properties with tennis courts

PUBLISHED: 12:02 09 June 2015

Cholmley Gardens West Hampstead NW6

Cholmley Gardens West Hampstead NW6

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As Wimbledon approaches and the whole of London gears up for tennis fever, where better to practise your backhand than on a tennis court at your property? Here are three of the best homes with tennis courts currently on the market in north London

Warwick Avenue
 Little Venice W9Warwick Avenue Little Venice W9

Windsor Court, Platts Lane, NW3, £1,150,000 share of freehold

This two double bedroom duplex penthouse-style apartment offers a 22ft reception room, second reception room/ dining room leading into a separate kitchen, large principal bedroom with en-suite shower room and private balcony, second double bedroom and second bathroom.

Windsor Court Platts Lane Hampstead NW3Windsor Court Platts Lane Hampstead NW3

Windsor Court, set around landscaped grounds and featuring a private residents’ tennis court, is on the lower slopes of Platts Lane, well-located for Hampstead Heath.

Goldschmidt & Howland

Cholmley Gardens, NW6, £1,400,000

A four-bedroom third floor flat in the heart of West Hampstead with modern décor throughout including a reception room with feature fireplace.

Cholmley Gardens West Hampstead NW6Cholmley Gardens West Hampstead NW6

The flat has two balconies and access to communal gardens and tennis court.

Foxtons

Warwick Avenue, W9, £11,000,000

A Victorian Italianate five-bedroom villa set back from the road in its secluded garden. It is Grade II listed and also has communal gardens with tennis courts.

Warwick Avenue
, Little Venice, W9Warwick Avenue , Little Venice, W9

The two formal reception rooms include a library that overlooks the front garden. Downstairs are the more relaxed family living rooms and domestic offices and a dining room, with a lantern roof and doors out on to the terrace. There’s a billiard room in the basement.

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