Yes, we have featured this area before, but not this 1930s grade II-listed art deco property in Hampstead Garden Suburb, London N2.
We are back in Lytton Close to feature another of the houses that were designed and built around 1935, the work of architect G.G. Winbourne, with construction undertaken by W.L.M. Estates. Architecturally significant, the houses are now grade II-listed.
This one has been ‘completely renovated’ fairly recently (which always causes a great deal of debate on our social networks), but we aren’t going to be critical about the end result here.
Yes, the interior is modern, but the overall design has been maintained and respected, with some period detailing too, not least with the Crittall windows. A stunning roof terrace area too.
As for overall space, the house offers four bedrooms, two bathrooms (one of which is an en-suite), a glass attic room, that previously-mentioned roof terrace area, a large entrance hall, guest cloakroom, lounge, dining room, TV room and a kitchen / breakfast room.
Outside, you will find landscaped gardens and off-street parking. Looks like a garage too, but that isn’t listed in the particulars, so perhaps check if that has been converted or not if it happens to be a deal breaker.
If you see this as your dream house, you’ll need to find something in the region of £1,895,000.
Images and details courtesy of Godfrey and Barr estate agents. For more images, details and to make enquiries, please visit their website.