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Patshull Road, Kentish Town

Guide Price £1,150,000

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  • 3Bedrooms
  • 1Bathrooms

Mr Clarke thinks:
So close to the buzz of Central London life, yet in the heart of laid-back life in Kentish Town, with the promise of lazy weekends and café culture.

Within easy walking distance of Kentish Town, located in a well-heeled neighbourhood on leafy Patshull Road, you’ll find No.84b, a gorgeous period home designed with opulence in mind.

Mrs Clarke loves:
Lavish décor, designer touches and period features abound in this divine duplex apartment.

This tasteful maisonette enjoys an elevated position across the first and second floor and is beautifully curated with a Farrow & Ball colour palette throughout, original features and some seriously stylish touches. You’re just down the road from Hampstead Heath and a mere ten minutes from Central London, yet nestled within a beautiful conservation area.

A Witt & Berg handmade freestanding bateau in brushed nickel simply steals the show in the bathroom. Wallow in here after a busy day, against a backdrop of wall art, its rich tones painted by a local artist. When you need to get going on a morning, the walk-in shower is the perfect start to the day. Handcrafted with Portuguese New Terracotta tiles, it has a strong, artisanal feel, and you could be forgiven for turning a blind eye to the clock. A glamorous towel rail and Catchpole & Rye washstand add further luxury, and there’s underfloor heating to keep things snug, finished with Amtico parquet tiles.
The handmade kitchen has also been recently refurbished. Shaker-style cabinetry is finished in Designers Guild Quercus Green, with Corston handles in solid antique brass. The range and cooker hood are by Bertazzoni, combining Italian style with vintage charm. A full range of integrated appliances keeps lines clean and the brushed copper Belfast sink complements the iconic pendant lights by Tom Dixon. You’ll find underfloor heating again, adorned with Fired Earth Marrakech Hammam tiles.
High ceilings and cornice detailing feature in the airy living room, where a reclaimed marble fireplace provides the focal point, flanked by built-in shelving. Large, Victorian sash windows provide a lovely view onto the tree-lined street below and fill the space with brightness. And, when it comes to cosy nights in, period shutters diffuse the light and add privacy. Underfoot, the floor has been professionally stripped back and restored to its original pitch pine, and contrasts beautifully with the natural sisal carpets on the stairs and landings.
You’ll find three bedrooms, all light and bright with high ceilings and large windows. Two of the rooms accommodate king sized beds with ease, whilst the third, a single bedroom, also lends itself to a home office or study. It’s good to know that broadband is superfast, whichever layout suits you best.
There’s a gorgeous roof terrace on the first floor for summer drinks with friends and al fresco entertaining. It’s south facing for wall-to-wall sunshine. And in cooler months, embrace hygge vibes with steaming cups of cocoa and marshmallows - just add some sumptuous throws to make the most of this outside space whatever the season. Views take in the beautiful gardens of the Bartholomew Estate Conservation Area.

  • Three words :  Stylish. Roof terrace. Location.
Patshull Road, Kentish Town. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent. Patshull Road, Kentish Town. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent. Patshull Road, Kentish Town. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent.

Our favourite part
Morning ablutions take on a whole new level of enjoyment in the oh-so-chic bathroom.

Kentish Town

Well connected

Kentish Town

Just four miles from Central London (hop on the Northern Line or bus and it’s a mere 10-minute ride, or walk there in just 30 minutes), Kentish Town is superbly well connected both underground and overground with a great train service, as you would expect. And, if you need to venture beyond London every now and again, the M1 is around 20 minutes away by car.

This characterful district of London has an incredibly vibrant community with an abundance of independent shops, good cafés and eateries. Renowned bakery, GAIL’s, is just on your doorstep whenever you fancy a croissant and speciality coffee. The restaurant scene is strong, with all cuisines and tastebuds catered for. You may even bump into the likes of Tom Hiddlesdon, who also calls Kentish Town home, when you’re out and about.

Marvel in fantastic views of London at nearby Parliament Hill. Hampstead Heath, with its beautiful outdoor spaces, is just a leisurely 15-minute walk, as is Camden Town. And, in Kentish Town itself, you’re in the heart of the Bartholomew Estate Conservation Area. Head to Parliament Hill Lido for all year round outdoor swimming, or to the Montpelier ‘hidden’ Gardens for plenty of green space. And, for live entertainment in Art Deco surroundings, the O2 Forum with its eclectic programme is right here.

There is a fabulous choice of schools in the vicinity, including the Ofsted Outstanding Torriano Primary School and Kentish Town Primary School. The Camden School for Girls and Collège Français Bilingue are both in catchment, and The Henrietta Barnett School, rated in the top 1% of secondary schools nationwide, is close by, along with a range of Outstanding secondary schools.

Local life

  • Closest village/town: Just four miles from Central London
  • Post Office: 1
  • Stores: An array of boutique coffee shops, supermarkets and cafés right on your doorstep
  • Supermarket: The Village Store for everything you could need
  • Pubs: The Abbey Tavern and The Lion & Unicorn both sit within walking distance
  • Walks: Stroll around nearby Parliament Hill or through Hampstead Heath's pretty green spaces just 15 minutes away