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4 Bedroom House For Sale

A one of a kind four bedroom house designed by renowned Camden architect Stephen Ibbotson. It was built in 1979 and is situated in a gated mews with a designated parking space, located in the Regents Park side of Camden. This stunning one-off house stands alone and is set over two storeys offering something a little different to Camden living and was also featured in the 'Architects Journal' in 1981.

This home has a warm and welcoming aura, entered on the ground floor one is greeted through the front porch into a 21ft reception/dining room and a fully fitted modern kitchen offering an abundance of natural light. Both these areas can access a beautifully secluded patio garden with a separate utility room. This floor also features a double bedroom and en-suite that has its own private entrance but can also be entered off the front porch making for an ideal discreet studio or guest room addition to the house. The upper floor is split level offering a principal bedroom with an en-suite shower room leading into an office area and second reception room with vaulted ceilings and exposed timber beams. There are a further two double bedrooms plus a family bathroom on these levels. Other benefits include masses amounts of storage cleverly designed and tucked away underneath the house and in the vaulted ceilings.

Delancey Street was named after James Delancey who was the Esquire of Marylebone and had been granted a number of fields west of Camden High Street in 1795. Located on the Regents Park side of Camden Delancey Street is one of the area's most desirable residential roads, offering a tranquil setting with a community vibe. Also allowing easy access into Camden Town famous for its diverse markets, a warren of fashion & curiosities and a haven of counter culture offering an array of independent shops and iconic music venues. Regent's Park is 0.2 miles away where one can enjoy Queen Mary's formal gardens and soak in the city-scape views from Primrose Hill Park and enjoy the boutique ambiance of Primrose Hill Village. Alternatively a short and pleasant stroll down Regents Canal will lead you to the ever evolving Kings Cross where one can indulge in the delights of Granary Square & the Coal Drops Yard which brings something entirely different to London's shopping and dining scene, cobbled streets and brick arches are home to a wonderful and unexpected mix of boutique shops and foodie hotspots where Victorian heritage and breath-taking architecture collide in an extraordinary canal side setting. Transport links include Camden Town Station (Northern Line) is 0.2 miles away, Kings Cross & St Pancras Stations (these stations are served by six underground lines and the Eurostar connecting you to local, national & international destinations) 1 mile away. There is also a nearby canal towpath that provides a beautiful cycle route west to Little Venice and east to Hoxton. Marylebone, Fitzrovia & the West-End are approximately a 30 minute stroll through Regents Park.


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