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3 Bedroom House For Sale

Located in the quiet enclave, surrounded by Hampstead Heath this stylish Grade II listed Victorian Villa built circa 1863 with blue plaque recording the residence of Rabindranath Tagore in 1912 one of the most influential figures in Indian literature and culture. A poet, essayist and campaigner and Nobel Prize winner for Literature. The house has been beautifully refurbished with stunning interiors and offering a wonderful rare triple aspect. On the ground floor there is a bespoke designed kitchen with Aga opening onto a charming dining room with feature fireplace and wood flooring throughout. In addition there is an study /family room with access to a patio garden. The half landing leads to the family bathroom with roll top bath, WC and large walk-in shower and a utility cupboard housing the washing machine and dryer. On the first floor is a triple aspect drawing room with two fire places, wood flooring and wonderful views of the Vale of Health. Another half landing leads to bedroom three and the top second floor has the double aspect principal suite with en-suite shower room and a second bedroom with valued ceilings and shutters. A staircase leads to a wonderful roof terrace with Heath and roof top views. A large roof space with two windows and exceptional views is currently accessed from the terrace. Pre app advice has been sought to extend into the back patio to create a conservatory/dining room, along with the creation of internal access to the attic .Plans and further information are available on request. The centre of Hampstead Village with an array of shops, cafes, restaurants and underground station (Northern Line) is approximately a half a mile walk from The Vale of Health and Hampstead Heath Overground station is 0.9 miles away. Past residents in the Vale include DH Lawrence, Stella Gibbons, Compton Mackenzie and Edgar Wallace.

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