Parliament Hill House, Hampstead
Contemporary five storey Victorian house, backing directly onto Hampstead Heath. Huge double height sliding doors and windows flood the house with natural light. The main living area has a 30′ high ceiling and a modern decked terrace leading from it with stunning views of the city and Heath. A circular black American walnut staircase forms a core through the middle of the house with generously proportioned bedrooms and living spaces off it. A large landscaped garden features Australian Tree Ferns, hidden Buddhas and children’s tree house.
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