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Archway Road, London, N6

3 bedroom house in London

£1,395,000 Freehold

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An outstanding, architect-designed house arranged over two floors and comprising 1401 sq. ft. accommodation.

This unique home has been created by transforming a pre-existing Victorian property and adding an exciting, new rear addition - the development was carried out under the expert eye of renown architects. As such, this home is a modern masterpiece that has been finished to exacting standards. The accommodation has been intelligently designed and offers a flexible living choice; a second reception room can easily be utilised as a fourth bedroom. The house also contains several bathrooms/shower rooms including an en suite to the main bedroom whilst outside there is a delightful rear garden and off street parking for a couple of cars.

Please call for your appointment to view.

Directions
This house is ideally positioned for easy access to numerous useful local facilities. Highgate Tube Station is just a moment's walk away as are the grounds of Highgate Wood. A host of local shops are close at hand and local bus routes into the City and West End are within easy reach.

Inside Highgate

from a local eye view

In the area

Sitting high on a hill over looking the Capital, with the bustle of central London just a stone's throw away, and glorious Hampstead Heath right on our doorstep, it's easy to see how Highgate got its reputation as London's 'green lung', (a phrase coined by violinist, humanist and Highgate Society patron Yehudi Menuhin). Highgate's excellent position and unique character has attracted artists and creative types throughout its history, from Dickens, TS Eliot and Betjeman, to George Michael, Victoria Wood and Sting. Highgate is a real London village, but in place of the pretence of comparable areas, you'll find a relaxed, almost bohemian atmosphere. Yes, there are fine houses but without the Mayfair millionaire prices. We also boast great schools and a rich cultural scene and good shops to boot, within the village or within easy reach. All of which makes Highgate the ideal place for working people and couples, families, empty nesters and retirees.

More about the Area

What's popular in Highgate?

  • Le Pain Quotidien

    Le Pain Quotidien is a fantastic bakery with stores around the world, serving delicious breads and pastries as well as food to eat in the restaurant area, including plates of charcuterie, sandwiches and salads.

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An outstanding, architect-designed house arranged over two floors and comprising 1401 sq. ft. accommodation.

This unique home has been created by transforming a pre-existing Victorian property and adding an exciting, new rear addition - the development was carried out under the expert eye of renown architects. As such, this home is a modern masterpiece that has been finished to exacting standards. The accommodation has been intelligently designed and offers a flexible living choice; a second reception room can easily be utilised as a fourth bedroom. The house also contains several bathrooms/shower rooms including an en suite to the main bedroom whilst outside there is a delightful rear garden and off street parking for a couple of cars.

Please call for your appointment to view.

Directions
This house is ideally positioned for easy access to numerous useful local facilities. Highgate Tube Station is just a moment's walk away as are the grounds of Highgate Wood. A host of local shops are close at hand and local bus routes into the City and West End are within easy reach.

Live like a local

  • Highgate
  • East Finchley
  • Archway
  • Upper Holloway
  • Crouch Hill
  • Tufnell Park

Sitting high on a hill over looking the Capital, with the bustle of central London just a stone's throw away, and glorious Hampstead Heath right on our doorstep, it's easy to see how Highgate got its reputation as London's 'green lung', (a phrase coined by violinist, humanist and Highgate Society patron Yehudi Menuhin). Highgate's excellent position and unique character has attracted artists and creative types throughout its history, from Dickens, TS Eliot and Betjeman, to George Michael, Victoria Wood and Sting. Highgate is a real London village, but in place of the pretence of comparable areas, you'll find a relaxed, almost bohemian atmosphere. Yes, there are fine houses but without the Mayfair millionaire prices. We also boast great schools and a rich cultural scene and good shops to boot, within the village or within easy reach. All of which makes Highgate the ideal place for working people and couples, families, empty nesters and retirees.

  • Le Pain Quotidien

    Le Pain Quotidien is a fantastic bakery with stores around the world, serving delicious breads and pastries as well as food to eat in the restaurant area, including plates of charcuterie, sandwiches and salads.

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Winkworth Highgate

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Latitude: 51.578141 Longitude: -0.147928