Not sure if we should refer to this as a terrace or a townhouse. We’ll go for the latter – a 1960s Andrews, Emerson, Sherlock & Keable-designed townhouse in London N6.
Not the most exciting design we have ever featured, but a lovely, well-maintained example of the era, one of 17 in a cul-de-sac that’s a ‘short walk’ from Highgate Tube.
This is one of five described as a ‘larger housing type’, which essentially means it is arranged over three levels and with four bedrooms as a result.
It has been updated, but much of what you see is what what intended, with the obvious exception of the ground floor, where the original garage has been replaced with a guest room / study, as well as a wet room with underfloor heating and a rear reception with full-height glazing (which leads into the decking of the garden).
Away from that you can head up an original open-tread stairway to the first floor, where you will find a front-to-back reception room and the dining area, as well as the kitchen, which is described as ‘semi-open’ to the main living space. There’s also a small balcony on this floor too.
On the second floor you can access the master bedroom at the front, which has built-in wardrobes, while two further bedrooms can be found at the rear. The family bathroom is also on this floor.
Some outside space too, as well as a place to stick your car at the front – which yo7u’ll need now the garage is no more.
£1,050,000 is the asking price.
Images and details courtesy of The Modern House. For more details and to make enquiries, do visit their website.