House For Sale
Sold By Goldschmidt & Howland In 2020. A rare Grade II listed Georgian five bedroom family house built circa 1708 in one of Hampstead's oldest and most sought after residential location offering some of the most treasured architecture in North London. Originally facing Yorkshire Grey place but reversed to face the newly formed street that became Church Row. Once the home of Anna Laetitia Barbould a prominent poet, essayist, literacy critic, editor and author of children literature (1794 - 1807). During the period 1861-1901 the house was combined with the adjoining property to form a girls reformatory school, called the Field Lane industrial school for girls. It was reinstated in circa 1903. Having undergone a complete restoration in 2013/2014 the house offers beautiful interiors whilst retaining a host of period features including panelling, fireplaces, cornices, wood floors, door fittings and shutters. Outstanding features of the house include the gracious first floor Drawing room, open plan lower floor living accommodation, mature walled garden with an array of planting, fruit trees and vegetables and spectacular views. Moments from Heath Street and the high street with all the fine eateries, cafe culture and boutiques the Village has to offer, whilst just minutes from Hampstead Underground Station (Northern Line).
Accommodation comprises: drawing room, dining room, reception room, family room, conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room, five bedrooms, two bathrooms, shower room, guest cloakroom, utility room, plant room, vault/store, mature 51 ft walled garden, stunning views, Freehold.