Not a lot for detail from the agent, but thankfully we know a lot about the area where this 1930s grade II-listed art deco house in Hampstead Garden Suburb, London N2 is located.
That area is Lytton Close, a location we have mentioned previously on this site. If you read that, you will know that it is a house that were designed and built in 1935 from a design by architect G.G. Winbourne and construction by by W.L.M. Estates. Their significance means that all the houses in this area are currently grade II-listed.
The listing means the frame of the house is pretty much as you would hope and expect it to look – largely unchanged since the date of construction. However, like the others we have flagged up, the interior is a different matter.
It’s a modern family home inside, which is what you would expect on 2015. We are not seeing too many original features, but there’s only so much we can see in the photos. The windows, the internal doors and perhaps a fireplace might be original, but you’ll need to view to see for sure.
There’s also the roof terrace too, which is obviously original and always a big selling point.
In terms of space, the ground floor offers two reception rooms (open to each other), along with a dining room, kitchen and a bedroom – which is presume has been converted from the original garage.
Head upstairs and there are four more bedrooms and a bathroom, with access to the roof via an extra room which was presumably the sun room originally.
There’s a large garden outside too, along with space for parking at the front.
A sought after development and area, which perhaps accounts for the £1,650,000 asking price.
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