A bright and characterful three double bedroom, four storey Grade II listed Georgian house, quietly located in a restricted access road, forming part of the Jeffreys Street Conservation Area and within moments of Camden Town's multiple transport, shopping and entertainment facilities. The house has many original features (stripped wooden floors, fireplaces, and sash windows with working shutters) and a spacious garden with lovely summerhouse/outside dining area. Large family kitchen dining area. Excellent storage. Gas centrally heated.
It should be noted that a director of Camden Bus Ltd is also one of the executors of the sale of this property.
Living room 10'" x 11'4" Sash window. Stripped wood floors. Fireplace
Living room 9'2" x 8'5" Sash window. Stripped wood floors. Fireplace
(Interconnecting 20' total length)
Kitchen with separate dining area 20' x 10'8" Fully fitted. Ample dining space. Wood flooring. Exposed beams.
Bedroom 14'1" x 11'4" Sash window with working shutters. Stripped wood flooring
Bedroom 14'1' x 11'4" Sash window. Wood flooring
Bedroom 9'2" x 8'6" Sash window. Wood flooring
Bathroom 9' x 8'2" White suite. Sash window with working shutters
Garden 25' x 25' Aprox plus
Patio area 21' x 9'9 Aprox. Laid to brick with
Outhouse storage 17'2 x 5'9"
Greenhouse/dining area 9'2" x 7''6" Aprox
Council tax: Band G (Camden Borough)
Named after Elizabeth Jeffreys who married Charles Pratt, the first Earl of Camden.
I've always loved the houses of Jeffreys Street and after a number of years living very happily a few streets away in Chalk Farm, I bought number 11 which has been my home since May 2001. Rather than refrain from writing a biased view, I feel this gives me an excellent opportunity to say that this is the most pleasant and friendliest roads I've had the privilege of living in. The view from the windows and the neighbours are terrific.
That said. Jeffreys Street is a quiet residential street with a terrace of Georgian houses each side with no less than 34 Grade II listed houses in this small residential street. It runs from Kentish Town Road in the west to St Pancras Way. Plane, Whitebeam and Chestnut add to the charm. There are mostly four storey houses in brick. Some are completely stuccoed and some stuccoed only at basement and ground floor levels. The front doors for most of these houses are approached over light wells, which are situated behind railings. This architecture is contrasted with the houses in neighbouring Jeffrey's Place. There are several small semi-detached villas in Jeffrey's Street and as the vehicular entry from Kentish Town Road has been denied allowing Jeffreys Street to become once again an elegant peaceful residential street.