3 Bedroom House For Sale
A three bedroom house forming part of an exclusive collection of newly converted six houses set within an attractive period building located on a quiet cul de sac opposite the Inkerman Conservation Area. Raglan House was constructed in 1937 as a Mother and Baby Home. The building's exterior has been revived and restored offering stunning red and grey brick detail along with high specification interiors. The house hosts a reception/dining room leading directly onto a private courtyard garden and a modern fully fitted kitchen. The first floor benefits from a principal bedroom with ensuite shower room and a further double wardrobe both with fitted wardrobes and family bathroom. The top floor comprises of a further double with a walk in wardrobe.
Other features include 10 year builders warranty, eco-friendly, fully fitted kitchen with integrated Bosch appliances, luxury fitted bathroom/shower room and high ceilings.
Raglan Street is situated just off the high street where one can enjoy an array of independent cafes, restaurants, pubs and bars. Camden Town is just as close 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. Alternatively a short and pleasant stroll down Regents Canal will lead you to the ever evolving Kings Cross (1 mile) 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. Primrose Hill is also one mile away where one can soak in the city-scape views from Primrose Hill Park and enjoy the boutique ambiance of Primrose Hill Village. Raglan Street is also well placed for education purposes Camden School for Girls, CFBL (Collège Français Bilingue de Londres in Kentish Town), St Martins School of Design and University College London are all in close proximity. There are several transport links to choose from including Kentish Town Station (Northern Line & Thames Link) 0.2 miles, Kentish Town West (Overground Line) 0.3 miles. There is also a nearby canal towpath that provides a beautiful cycle route west to Little Venice and east to Hoxton.
NB please note the images used are from another house from within the building.