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Top three properties with wine cellars

PUBLISHED: 16:46 01 May 2015 | UPDATED: 16:46 01 May 2015

Park Village East, NW1, John D Wood

Park Village East, NW1, John D Wood

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London property may be a pretty good investment, but vintage wine is a close contender. Where do you store all the bottles? In the wine cellar of course. Here are three north London properties with space for booze. Don’t drink it all at once.

Park Village East, NW1, John D WoodPark Village East, NW1, John D Wood

Gayton Road, NW3, £3,000,000

Gayton Road, Hampstead NW3. Available through Marcus ParfittGayton Road, Hampstead NW3. Available through Marcus Parfitt

This contemporary house is part of a Ted Levy-designed complex between Hampstead High Street and the Heath, with views from the roof terrace, a sun trap balcony and a shared garden.

The five-bedroom home also comes with plenty of storage including a utility room, choice of play rooms, study and wine cellar.

Marcus Parfitt

Park Village East, NW1, £8,250,000

Park Village East, NW1, John D WoodPark Village East, NW1, John D Wood

The south-facing tiered garden of this grade II* listed Nash house may be the main draw – it was recently featured in Country Life magazine – but the house itself puts up a pretty good fight for attention in its own right.

For the romantically minded, the third floor tower bedroom will conjure up visions of Pre-Raphaelite maidens and chivalric poetry while the prosaic charms of off-street parking and a pantry/wine cellar will appeal to the more practically inclined.

John D Wood

Cavendish Avenue, NW8, £15,500,000

Cavendish Avenue, NW8, Aston ChaseCavendish Avenue, NW8, Aston Chase

This grade II-listed detached home comes with planning permission to extend by more than 2,000sq ft, although there is already space for a larder, a vault and a wine cellar.

The St John’s Wood property also has five bedrooms, two reception rooms, a dining room and a sitting room as well as a study within its existing flexible layout.

Aston Chase


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