Traditional meets contemporary at a London house that’s hit the market for £2.65 million (US$3.34 million).
The residence, located in the city’s upmarket Hampstead neighborhood, has an ornate red-brick facade, with an arched front doorway and two large bay windows. But inside, “the property is decorated to a beautiful contemporary finish, with large windows that flood the home with natural light,” according to the listing with Dexters, which brought it to the market earlier this month.
That includes chrome-framed floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room that lead to a covered terrace with access to the garden, according to the listing. The dining room also has retractable walls of glass, plus a three-paned skylight in lieu of the ceiling, listing photos show.
The kitchen leads outside, too, and features a white and cream palette with a pop of color coming from the lime-green acrylic backsplash.
“This wonderful four-bedroom property offers an expansive amount of indoor and outdoor space for all aspects of family life,” Jon Hughes, director at Dexters’s Hampstead Office, said in a statement. “Set in the desirable location of Hampstead, this home is a tranquil north London oasis with good connections into the center of the city.”
The main bedroom offers hardwood floors and a sitting area, and there are built-ins throughout the private living areas. There’s also a 60-foot garden, which features a large lawn, patio and a detached 200-square-foot summer house.
“This flexible living space would be perfect for those working from home and could be used for a variety of purposes including a yoga studio, art room or home office,” according to the agency.
The property is also just a short walk to the green spaces of Golders Hill Park and Hampstead Heath, according to the listing.
The home last traded in 2011 for £1.6 million, according to Her Majesty’s Land Registry. The current owners were not available for comment.
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