Orleston Mews, N7 8LL

£2,400,000

6 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
Four-six bedrooms
Three bathrooms
Large kitchen/dining room
L shaped living room
Southwest garden
Balcony
Private parking
Quiet mews

Description

A fantastic family home arranged over three floors and providing wonderful entertaining space, designed by renowned architect Marcus Lee, formerly of Richard Rogers Partnership. The house is bathed in natural light offers a large Southwest facing balcony and superb rear garden. Orleston Mews is convenient for access into the City and West End and is superbly located for all modes of public transport.

FULL DESCRIPTION A fantastic family home arranged over three floors and providing wonderful entertaining space. Constructed in 1987 by renowned architect Marcus Lee, formerly of Richard Rogers Partnership, is this spacious and highly individual town house located at the end of a discreet and little known brick block paved mews. The house features incredibly flexible accommodation and offers as many as six bedrooms, if required. As a four bedroom house it could accommodate two spacious home offices. There is a bathroom on each floor, timber floorboards throughout and aluminium framed oriel window towers to the front and rear. The house is bathed in natural light and a particular feature is a series of skylight windows at the apex of the vaulted ceiling in the upstairs bedrooms. A sizeable balcony, accessed from the first floor living room, overlooks the beautiful patio and lawned Southwest facing rear garden which is accessed from the large open plan kitchen and dining room on the ground floor.

Orleston Mews is a quiet cul de sac within easy reach of the huge variety of shops, cafes and restaurants of Upper Street and the artisan bakery fromagerie and butcher at Highbury Barn. The shops and cafes at Newington Green are also nearby and the wide open spaces at Highbury Fields are only a few minutes' walk away. The mews is also within striking distance of all modes of public transport including many central London bus routes and the tube and overground services at Highbury and Islington station.
The exclusive, boutique shops and restaurants at Coal Drops Yard and Granary Square, located by Kings Cross and St Pancras International stations, are also easily accessible, together with Central St Martins art and design college and a number of galleries, theatres, cinemas and nightlife venues.

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