SOLD BY CHESTERTONS: On the market for the first time since 1949, an unmodernised period house located on one of Hampstead's most famous and historic turnings.
The property provides huge potential throughout its 2,880 Sq Ft/268 Sq Mt of flexible accommodation, a rear facing terrace and a 46' garden.
A particular feature of this house is the raised ground floor, with plenty of natural light, high ceilings and a double reception room spanning over 30'.
Pilgrims Lane takes its name from Charles Pilgrim, who owned land around the vicinity and lived on Rosslyn Hill. The street was first identifiable in 1814 and the name first used in 1862. Sole Agent.
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