A rare opportunity to purchase an exceptional Grade II listed six bedroom house on the highly sought after Oakley Square.
A rare opportunity to purchase a unique six bedroom house in Camden, NW1. This property comes to the market for the first time in over 40 years and offers six bedrooms, settled over five floors along with private parking and a large private garden.
This impressive house spans over 4800 square feet and is rich in history having at one point formed part of St. Matthew's Church, designed by architect John Johnson in circa 1852 who was later noted for his design of Alexandra Palace in collaboration with Alfred Meeson.
This immaculate Gothic revival design sits upon Oakley Square which is famously named after Oakley House, a seat of the Duke of Bedford who owned the land.
The house itself spans five floors and offers six bedrooms with an abundance of incredible architecture and impeccable restoration throughout.
Large, Gothic windows allow floods of natural light to stream into the reception rooms on the raised ground floor along with the kitchen, dining room and reception room above.
The lower ground floor is serviced by its own private entrance and has space for a large wine cellar along with plenty of storage.
The house further benefits from a great sized rear garden with ample space for entertaining and dining. There is also a private, gated driveway with space for three large cars.
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A unique gothic style house with an abundance of original features.Elias Raymond