A very bright and spacious contemporary freehold house quietly located on an attractive cobbled mews within the Camden Square Conservation area just moments from Camden School for girls and a short walk of Collège Français Bilingue de Londres .
This spacious home features a generous 24’ x 23’ reception room leading through French windows into a courtyard garden providing a large free flowing entertainment area on the ground floor with a fully-fitted kitchen and an integrated garage with internal access.
The master bedroom has an en-suite shower room and access through French windows to a 15’ x 11’ private roof terrace. There are two further double bedrooms and a large family bathroom.
A surprisingly peaceful and quiet location while close to all the major traffic arteries in north London; it is convenient for both Camden Underground and the North London Line’s Camden Road stations, less than a mile to Kings Cross St Pancras (Eurostar).
Living room 24’7 x 23’5 (at max) Two French windows to gardens
Kitchen 11’ x 10’5 Fully fitted.
Bedroom 13’2 x 12’9 French windows to roof terrace. En suite bathroom
Bedroom 13’5 x 10’1 Two windows
Bedroom 15’ x 10’1 Two windows
Main bathroom Two windows
Roof terrace 15’2 x 11’6 (off master bedroom)
Integral garage 16’4 x 8’10
Rear garden 28’9 x 22’3 (at max)
Council Tax: Band G (Camden Borough)
Running parallel with Camden Road, this fabulous cobbled mews is a fascinatingly diverse street with some very appealing architecture, mainly residential yet a few remain as commercial, mainly specialized repair garages with accommodation above. Homes come in all shapes and sizes from converted small industrial units from a bygone age to award winning modern architecture such as “The Tree House” an incredible house which completely surrounds a large tree growing in its inner courtyard. Formerly North Mews (Murray Mews being South Mews) it was constructed during the 1850's to accommodate stables for the grand houses on Camden Road.
Camden Mews stretches over 500 meters yet is a quiet street and receives only local traffic and cannot be used as a cut-through due to the configuration of one-way flow of traffic. It retains its original cobbles and has the occasional Cherry, Lime, Eucalyptus and Sycamore. Most of the eclectic houses are two storey in height with exceptional houses no taller than three storey.