Templewood Avenue presents an elegant Grade II listed Edwardian mansion with grand proportions and planning consent
- Grade II Listed
- Set Within 0.7 Acres of Grounds
- Grand Proportions
- Planning Consent
Set within grounds of 0.7 of an acre, Templewood Avenue presents an elegant Grade II listed Edwardian mansion with grand proportions and planning consent. This ambassadorial abode offers the opportunity for a purchaser to create a magnificent residence of circa 17,000 sq ft (1,579 sq m), behind the original and charming Edwardian façade. The property is currently arranged as 6 apartments and a coach house and is an income-producing asset. Further details available on request.
Constructed between 1910 and 1911, by Irish developer George Washington Hart and designed by architect Charles Quennell (1872-1935), this building of significant importance was the final part of the West Hampstead development and in years gone by, has been a hub for tennis tournaments and garden parties on its ample lawns.
A property of generous proportions, this outstanding rich red brick home was constructed to command an impressive position on Templewood Avenue – and over one hundred years later, it appears no less monumental.
Templewood Avenue is renowned for boasting some of North West London’s finest homes, whilst being located a short distance from Hampstead’s historical high street and village. Hampstead Heath is located within a few hundred yards and offers a wide range of recreational facilities, cafés, children’s playgrounds, manicured gardens, ponds, and vast unspoilt woodland. Hampstead Underground Station (Northern Line) is within a short walk away.
- Entrance hall
- Off road parking