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Top three properties with stucco fronts in north London

PUBLISHED: 19:14 22 September 2015 | UPDATED: 19:14 22 September 2015

Belsize Grove

Belsize Grove

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The durable yet beautiful stucco fronted design became popular during the Victorian era and can still be found on many properties on the market in London today

£1,450,000, Park Place Villas, Little Venice, W2

This recently refurbished apartment forms part of a grand stucco fronted house. The one bedroom home features high ceilings, full length sash windows and direct access to large private garden. It is only a short walk away from Regents Canal, and Warwick Avenue underground station.

Vickers, 020 7289 1692

£2,999,999, Clifton Hill, St John’s Wood, NW8

A three bedroom home complete with a study, reception and a kitchen diner which leads to a patio garden, this stucco fronted home is situated on a popular residential street near to Abbey Road. Period features complement the stucco fronted house, which also has access to a roof terrace.

Greenstone Estates, 0207 625 1000

£4,750,000, Belsize Grove, Belsize Park NW3

Forming part of a Georgian terrace dating back to the 1820s, this Grade II listed building is part of a small collection of period properties in Belsize Park. Retaining many of its original features, it is conveniently set back from the road. The property has been restored and is arranged over four floors.

Marcus Parfitt, 0207 431 0000


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