A fine Grade II* Listed terrace house built c. early nineteenth century and home of artist John Constable from 1827-37.
The house remains widely untouched and is full of character, high ceilings and original period features.
Arranged over five floors, the lower ground floor features a study/ bedroom with doors leading out onto a private terrace, a utility room and a shower room. On the upper ground floor there is a kitchen, a dining room and guest cloak room. The first floor comprises an elegant drawing room which has double doors opening out onto two individual balconies overlooking the charming patio garden, there is also a further reception room.
Bedroom accommodation is arranged over the upper two floors and includes a master bedroom, two further bedrooms and a bathroom.
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As the former home of such a major figure in English landscape painting, 40 Well Walk is a truly special property and one of North West London's most significant historic houses.Peter Brookes