A bright, spacious and characterful three storey, three double bedroom end of terrace period house with large rear garden and ample gated off street parking (for two or three cars). Centrally located in a restricted access road, so is virtually traffic free. Within a short walk of Camden Town and Chalk Farm's shops, restaurants and multiple transport links. Regent's Canal, Camden Lock and market are moments away with the wide open space of Primrose Hill a short walk away. The house internally is full or original features and in need of modernisation. Gas centrally heated. Chain free. Freehold.
Living room 22' x 8'6" Sash window. Fireplace. French doors to garden
Kitchen diner 14'9" x 7'6" Ample dining space. Door to garden room/pantry
Garden room 7'7" x 7'6" Door to garden
Bedroom 16'5" x 11'1" Sash window. Open to staircase
Bedroom 16'6" x 11'1" Two sash windows
Bedroom 10'4" x 9'11" Fireplace. Sash window with shutters
Bathroom 11'2" x 10'9" Claw & ball bath. Shower. Sash window
Roof terrace 22'2" x 16'9" Far reaching views
Rear garden 65' x 25'3" York stone paving
Side driveway/yard 27' x 22'6 Gated. Parking for two to three cars
Council tax: Band F (Camden Borough)
Hartland Road offers so much to delight you. Firstly, there’s the tranquil air of a residential street shaded by rowan, Swedish whitebeam and eucalyptus trees. Next there are the houses themselves: handsome, predominantly early Victorian, double-fronted and boasting three storeys. Some are built in glowing golden London brick; others are stucco fronted, with the stucco painted in a palette of pastel colours, lending the street a distinct jaunty flavour.
Next there’s the variety of accommodation available. If you’re looking for a flat or maisonette, look no further. Some of the Victorian houses have been converted into flats and there’s also a terrace of two-storey modern maisonettes to tempt you.
The street is abundant with amenities. There’s a primary school on the doorstep, opposite the church of the Most Holy Trinity with St Barnabas, constructed in 1849 in the early Gothic style. Nearby is a small park, Hawley Road Open Space, perfect for picnics. There’s even workshop space just a stone’s throw away, under the railway bridge, if you fancy working close to home.
And despite the serenity of the street, you’re just a step away from the bright bustling atmosphere of Camden Lock with its profusion of shops, restaurants and pavement cafés.