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5 Bedroom House For Sale

Sold By Goldschmidt & Howland In 2021. A handsome Grade II listed Georgian house, c.1805, in magnificent gardens approaching 0.32 acres directly facing the lower slopes of Hampstead Heath.

Set behind a 72ft front garden on the edge of Hampstead Heath in this quiet tranquil cul-de-sac, a rare opportunity to acquire one of the finest period houses in Hampstead Village. This elegant low built, Grade II listed semi-detached regency home circa 1805 with its yellow brick wrapped in wisteria, and linked with an iron balcony (said to pre date the house to 1775). Visited by Prime Minister Gladstone whilst his son was lodging here in 1893 and commissioned by Samuel Pratt, trunk maker, upholsterer, inventor, businessman and developer, the "father of modern upholstery". Retaining many original features including bow windows, fireplaces, cornices, shutters and boasts a spectacular discreet landscaped garden 184ft (0.32 acres) with courtyard, lawns, large pond and summer house with an historic oak door leading to Gainsborough gardens with access to private parking and use of the communal gardens. (The oak door was built in 1910 and was the entrance to St Augustines church in Epsom Surrey where Bishop Bill Flagg was awarded the cross of St Augustine by the Archbishop of Canterbury). Accommodation comprises magnificent double aspect principle suite with dressing room, bathroom and ornate balcony, four further bedroom suites, four with bathrooms and one shower room. Double aspect drawing room, dining room, study, family room, cinema room, kitchen, spectacular indoor swimming pool, wine cellar, utility room, guest cloakroom, off street parking for several cars, additional parking in Gainsborough gardens, communal gardens, Heath views.
Heathside is discreetly located off the South-West corner of East Heath Road in the center of the Conservation Area and comprises just four properties.

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