Hilldrop Crescent, N7


A bright and spacious three bedroom ground and first floor garden maisonette quietly and conveniently located in leafy crescent off Camden Road within easy reach of Brecknock Road, Kentish Town Tufnell Park and Holloway Road's multiple shopping and transport facilities. Excellent open plan living and dining area. High quality wood flooring in most rooms. Front and rear gardens. Private entrance accessed from front garden. Double glazed throughout. Gas centrally heated. Good condition. Excellent storage space including external store room/bike shed. Chain Free

Living Area 16'1" x 14'6" Ample dining space. Door to rear garden
Kitchen 9' x 8' Fully fitted
Bedroom 15'5" x 8'5" Large double glazed windows (not shown in images)
Bedroom 12'6" x 8'5" Full width fitted wardrobes
Bedroom 11'9" x 6' Double glazed windows
Bathroom 8'8" x 8'2" White suite
Guest wc. On ground floor. White suite. Window
Rear Garden 14'6" x 12'9 South west facing. Leading to large communal Gardens
Front Garden 15' x 12'9" Leading to front door
External storage room/Bike storage 5'10" x 4'7"
Communal garden. Extensive and well maintained.

Tenure: Leasehold 86 years
Ground rent: £10 p.a.
Service charge: £100 per month, includes buildings insurance
Council tax: Band D (Islington Borough)



This is an extremely popular and appealing residential street. One, two, and three bedroomed flats regularly crop up for sale on Camden Bus books, and when they do, we recommend you check them out as we know you’ll be impressed by their mature gardens and well-maintained communal areas.
The street forms a broad, sweeping curve flanked by an abundance of sycamore, cherry and lime trees, and enjoys a pleasant mixture of architectural styles. Built in the 1870s, the street was originally lined with uniform Victorian villas. Some of these still exist, in paired semis with steps up to the front door or boasting grand porticoed entrances. Predominantly now, though, the architecture is modern local authority, with four storey blocks built of light, London stock brick. Behind the blocks are extensive, well-managed communal gardens. The blocks were intensively redeveloped in 1971 and offer apartments and maisonettes with mature front gardens. The gardens, and the fact there is very little vehicle traffic, add to the appeal of this popular street and enhance its residential feel.
And all the amenities you need are just moments away in Brecknock Road, where you’ll find an abundance of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities.