A bright period flat with exclusive use of a lovely west facing roof terrace, converted from the entire first floor of a large period terraced house, quietly and conveniently located in one of Kentish Town's premier streets. Tufnell Park tube (Northern Line) and some of the area's most wonderful artisan food shops (quality butcher, fishmonger, delicatessen and bakery) are moments away. The flat comes with share of Freehold. High ceilings and lovely open-plan kitchen.
Living room 17'9" x 13' Two tall sash windows
Kitchen 8' x 7'2" Fully fitted, open plan. Included in above measurements
Bedroom 11'1" x 9'6" Large sash window
Bathroom 6'8" x 4'6" White suite. Fully tiled
Roof terrace 9'6" x 5'9" West facing. Demised to this flat
Tenure: Share of Freehold
Service charge: £51 per month. Includes buildings insurance
Council tax: Band C (Camden Borough)
Built on the St John's College estate. The college was endowed with property at Little Raveley in the former county of Huntingdonshire. Raveley Street is split into two sections.
One small section, from Fortess Road, has only a couple of houses before it meets a barrier, splitting both Lupton Street and Raveley Street.
The main section is accessible from Lady Margaret Road and Lupton Street and can safely be described as elegant Victorian street with attractive 3 storey terraced houses lining both sides. Most of the houses are London stock brick with stuccoed window reveals and some ornamental plasterwork over the doors.
Mature Lime trees on the pavements are complemented with grand planting in the front small gardens making this a very green and attractive street. Famous residents include Tessa Jowell, cabinet minister, at the time of writing.