An absolutely wonderful five-bedroom family house, full of character and period charm, originally a project by Crawford Partnership, located in a quiet residential Victorian crescent on the borders of Camden and Kentish Town. The property is beautifully presented with the principal rooms light filled and well proportioned, ideal for relaxation or entertainment.
On the ground floor, the house incorporates a wonderful reception with high ceilings, leading to generous bespoke kitchen/ dining room with double height glass ceiling, through to the garden accessed from bi-folding doors. On the half landing, there is a light-filled bedroom currently used as a media room.
The first floor offers a dedicated master bedroom suite, with custom built closets and family bathroom. The second floor has three further bedrooms.
Additional features include: a feature fire place and bespoke cabinets, elegant sanded wood floors to principal rooms and a living roof, blossoming from spring to autumn. The current owners have also fitted double glazed sash windows throughout with custom built shutters to front.
Grafton Crescent is a delightfully quiet street, conveniently surrounded by a wonderful selection of transport facilities to City and West End, with Northern Line underground stations at Kentish Town and Camden and It also benefits from being very near local rail services from Camden Road or Kentish Town West to East London and the international hubs for continental transfers via Eurostar.
Along with leisure amenities at the Victorian swimming baths, the green open spaces of Talacre Gardens, Regents Park, Primrose Hill and Hampstead Heath also all a short walk away. Further afield, the Regents Canal tow path provides a leisurely walk to Kings Cross’ Granary Square and Little Venice.
The area is also known for the excellent standard of schools, including Camden School for Girls, Collège Français Bilingue de Londres on Holmes Road and many Ofsted outstanding primary schools.