Discretely situated and hidden from view, within mature and beautifully manicured gardens, this magnificent, double-fronted Arts & Crafts
home is found at one of London’s most iconic addresses. Spanning three floors measuring 3798 sq. ft this six bedroom home is a rare find. The
Bishops Avenue has become synonymous with niche, prime real estate, yet delve a little deeper and it is easy to understand why it has always
been such a revered spot. With the Heath at one end and Hampstead and Highgate within comfortable reach, you could scarcely be better
placed for everything this coveted corner of the capital has to offer. Closer still, East Finchley provides all of the everyday conveniences
including links to the London Underground that get you to the West End or the City in around 20 minutes. The Arts & Crafts movement was an
influential architectural style that blossomed in the early 19th Century. The focus on traditional materials and craftsmanship a reaction to the
industrialisation of the age and its hallmarks of simplicity and asymmetric design still appeal and endure today. This magnificent example of
the period forms part of the Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust, which dates from 1906. The large plot sees the house sit in the centre, so you
are surrounded by greenery and set back from the road. With tall trees on all sides, you can enjoy the outside space in almost complete
privacy it’s an exceptional setting for an enchanting house.
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