There are a number of interesting period properties in north London with the name Ted Levy attached to them and while this Ted Levy-designed four bedroom house in London N6 isn’t the most eye-catching of his designs, it is interesting, practical and just waiting for you to add some modernist cool within.
We are guessing 1970s as most of Levy’s designs in a similar style seem to be from that decade. This one has certainly been upgraded considerably over the 40 or so years since its first construction, looking more like the typical home of 2011 than a period property right now. But that’s mainly down to fixtures and furnishings. Slap in some design icons of the day and this ‘clean’ house should look the part in no time at all.
Details from the agent are fairly scarce, although it does point out a ‘secure walled plot’ with front, side and rear gardens and benefitting from its own private entrance. You’ll also find it in the ‘sought after’ West Hill Park development near Highgate Ponds.
As for layout, well that’s very much open plan, with some nice exposed brickwork offering some period cool. On the ground floor, there’s an entrance hallway, kitchen/breakfast room, substantial triple aspect L shaped reception room with access to a south east facing garden and a guest cloakroom.
The first floor comprises a principal bedroom with en-suite bathroom, three further double bedrooms and a large family bathroom. Finishing things off is ‘ample’ loft storage and a single garage to the rear of the property.
Location is obviously a big selling point here, which is perhaps why the price is a lofty £1,950,000.