Designed by Brian Muckley Associates and built in 1975, this is a particularly unique freehold house situated at the end of a Victorian terrace in the heart of Kentish Town. The property occupies a discreet position and is approached via its own front patio. It is set over a series of half levels and benefits from vaulted ceilings and attractive rooms with plenty of natural light throughout.

There is a wonderful reception room and dining space with an exposed roof structure and a poured resin floor with electric underfloor heating. The original Victorian brick garden walls have been incorporated into the space. Into this space opens a bespoke fitted kitchen with integrated washer/dryer, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, oven and hob. Behind this, the shower room also features bespoke units and natural light from glass bricks.
The top floor of the house has a large landing, used by the current owner as a study, and a master bedroom with very high ceilings and built-in cupboards. To the rear is a charming private garden accessed via a drawbridge which runs from a conservatory with an interlocking monopitch glass roof and glass floor. Under the conservatory is a further room which could be used as an additional study.

This lovely home is an extremely rare find, and offers plenty of exciting qualities, all adding to the bespoke nature of the property. Countess Road is a quiet residential street close to the High Street in Kentish Town, the Northern Line and Thameslink, along with excellent bus links to City and West End, and St Pancras International for the Eurostar. It is within walking distance from Hampstead Heath.