Savills | Wadham Gardens, Primrose Hill, London, NW3 3DN | Properties for sale
4,168 sq ft(387.22 sq m)
Guide price £7,950,000

Wadham GardensPrimrose Hill, London, NW3 3DN


    Key features

    • Apartment within this imposing Edwardian house
    • Occupies the entire ground and part first floors
    • Retaining the entire garden to the rear
    • Lovely courtyard
    • Off-street parking
    • Leasehold

    An exceptional apartment which occupies the entire ground, and part of the first floors of this imposing Edwardian converted house.

    About this property

    • The property provides 387 sq m (4,168 sq ft) of lateral accommodation, whilst retaining the entire garden to the rear of the property as well as the carriage driveway to the front of the property.

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    Within this converted Edwardian house is a garden apartment moments from Primrose Hill Park.

    Stephen LindsayProperty agent

    Local information

    • Wadham Gardens is a highly sought after and tranquil setting, moments away from the entrance to Primrose Hill Park. It is extremely rare that a property of this type is available in this area and viewing is highly recommended.

    Additional information

    • St. John's Wood High Street, Regent's Park Road, and the villages of Belsize Park and Hampstead are all within easy reach, all possessing an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and pubs.
    • Wadham Gardens is set on land originally owned by Eton College. In 1890, the landholding was acquired by renowned Victorian builder and inventor William Willett Junior (1856-1915), who with his father William Willett Snr (born 1837), owned a prominent luxury house building company, Willett & Son, known for building large family houses in Chelsea, Primrose Hill and St Johns Wood. Willett is also the inventor (in 1907) of British Summer Time.
    • Willett & Son believed that houses should be exceptionally spacious and benefit from substantial gardens. At Wadham Gardens William Willett Junior set out to build one of the most sought after addresses in London, close to Primrose Hill.
    • EPC Rating = D