Top three properties with conservatories in north London

PUBLISHED: 13:49 14 July 2015 | UPDATED: 14:24 14 July 2015

Muswell Hill Outside

Muswell Hill Outside


During the summer wouldn’t you love to be sunning yourself in a conservatory in Muswell Hill, Highgate or Queen’s Park?

Muswell Hill ConservatoryMuswell Hill Conservatory

Muswell Road, Muswell Hill, N10


While the glass extension on this property might not look like a typical conservatory, the light and air it brings to the house certainly warrants its inclusion in this list. This spacious five-bed home in Muswell Hill is made up of a kitchen diner which overlooks the rear garden, flowing into a rear reception room which complements the elegant front reception. There is even potential to extend the loft in the property, adding to bedroom space. The house sits in a pretty area with an abundance of beautiful Edwardian houses and has an easy bus connection to Muswell Hill Broadway.

Fitzroy Lodge OutsideFitzroy Lodge Outside


Fitzroy Lodge, Highgate, N6

Fitzroy Lodge ConservatoryFitzroy Lodge Conservatory


This property is situated on one of Highgate Village’s most sought after residential roads. Its simple, bright conservatory is in keeping with its period features and would make a good sunning spot during hot London weather. Boasting high ceilings, a reception room, kitchen, two double bedrooms, bathroom the home further benefits from its convenient links via the Northern Line and Hampstead Heath and its proximity to the amenities of Highgate Village.

Brondesbury Park ConservatoryBrondesbury Park Conservatory

Anscombe & Ringland

Brondesbury Park, Queen’s Park, N6


Brondesbury Park ExteriorBrondesbury Park Exterior

The conservatory in this property is small, modern and very bright. A six bed room house which is currently split up into flats but perfect for renovation, it also features a huge garden and an open plan kitchen dining area. Queen’s Park is a highly desirable area with close access to Brondesbury Park overground station and the Bakerloo line from Queen’s Park.

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