Top three properties for sale in Muswell Hill

PUBLISHED: 16:02 08 April 2015 | UPDATED: 17:11 08 April 2015

Muswell Road, N10, Goldschmidt & Howland

Muswell Road, N10, Goldschmidt & Howland

Piotr Gozdek

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 RoadMuswell Road

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 RoadMuswell Road

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, JHKDukes Avenue, N10, JHK

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

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 ParfittPrinces Avenue, N10, Marcus Parfitt

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

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