Hold on to your seats if you don’t like contemporary interiors in period houses, as this 1930s Ernst L Freud-designed art deco property in Hampstead Garden Suburb, London N2 offers pretty much that.
But if you want the period frontage and plenty of luxury, this place might be for you.
That front elevation of this 1935 build is the big selling point for us, as well as the 40ft roof terrace, which offers both views and a good amount of entertaining space.
Outside of that, we can’t see much in the way of period features, But we can see plenty of high-end detailing, including one feature we didn’t expect.
In fact, once inside the front door this is pretty much modern-day contemporary living, with the open living spaces, clean finishes, huge kitchen and dining areas and the glazed rear opening onto the garden. If that’s the lifestyle you want, this is one place to get it.
As for space, there is a good amount of that too. According to the agent it is spread out over four floors, the ground floor offering a 37ft. reception room, a dining room, family room, kitchen/breakfast area and a utility.
The first floor has a ‘large’ master suite made up of the bedroom, ensuite bathroom and dressing room. Also on this floor is a second bedroom suite and a third bedroom and bathroom plus two terraces. The top floor has a studio room (originally bedrooms four and five) with direct access onto that roof terrace.
The added extra? Well, there is a lower ground floor too, which houses a swimming pool. Not what you would expect.
A good-sized garden at the rear too, as well as space at the front.
As for price, well a mix of house and postcode means an asking price of £5,350,000.
Images and details courtesy of TK International. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit the website.
Update: Added in that this is an Ernst L Freud-designed property, dating back to 1935.