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Northampton Park, London, N1








3,100 sq ft

288 sq m

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Key features

  • Handsome semi detached villa in the heart of Canonbury
  • Grade II listed
  • Bright double reception room
  • Bulthaup kitchen with dining area and reception
  • Wrap around garden
  • Principal bedroom with en suite
  • Three further bedrooms
  • Three bathrooms
  • Study
  • Guest cloakroom


A rarely available semi-detached villa in the heart of Canonbury, showcasing early/mid-1800s (cusp of Georgian/Victorian) architecture. This residence features a handsome entrance, off-street parking, and an expansive wrap-around garden, evoking the charm of a country home rather than a typical London townhouse. Upon entering, you are greeted by a grand entrance hall (with 3.3m ceiling height) with ornate cornicing and period curved wall which leads you into a bright double reception room adorned with pristine original features, including cornicing, giant sash windows, original countersunk shutters (housed in the wall cavity), and the extra wide floorboards and fireplaces of the period. This room offers stunning views of the surrounding garden and green spaces. Additionally, this floor includes a beautiful study overlooking the breathtaking garden.
The lower ground floor features a boot room, guest cloakroom, and utility area, highlighted by a charming picture window with garden views. The Bulthaup kitchen, complete with a dining area and cosy reception room with a log burner, serves as an ideal entertaining space. Original parquet flooring runs throughout this level. An additional entrance provides convenient access from the car to the kitchen, which also opens via sliding doors onto the meticulously maintained mature garden containing many established flowering trees and shrubs along its borders. This garden unusually wraps around the entire house, with open, leafy aspects to the west, south, north and east, creating a uniquely serene and private sanctuary in the city and offering significant development potential, subject to planning.

Ascending the original staircase, which is endowed with a period signature elegant 2.9 metre vertical window overlooking the garden, you reach the first floor. Here, the principal bedroom features a beautiful original green marble fireplace and garden views, complemented by a spacious en suite bathroom. Two additional bedrooms on this floor, each with period charm and delightful outlooks onto the mature horse-chesnuts in the local park, share a family bathroom. The top floor houses a generous double bedroom overlooking the garden with a walk-in wardrobe and a shower room. Copious attic storage and cellar (undeveloped) further add to the versatility of this stunning family home.


Canonbury sits to the east of Upper Street and all of its restaurants, bars and boutiques and also close to Newington Green's trendy new eateries and foodie destinations. Underground access can be found at Highbury & Islington (Victoria Line and Overground), Canonbury Overground (direct links to Canary Wharf) and Angel (Northern line). Numerous bus links are available to take you directly in to The City and West End.
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Northampton Park, London, N1


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Canonbury Station0.1 miles
  • Highbury & Islington Station0.6 miles
  • Essex Road Station0.6 miles
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Hamptons, Islington

97-99 Upper Street London N1 0NP

Hamptons, Islington

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