About this property
The house benefits from a comprehensive refurbishment project undertaken in 2016 by a renowned English interior designer.
The property occupies a large corner plot fronting Norfolk Road and Woronzow Road and further benefits from secure gated off-street parking for two three cars.
The house is designed to provide up to four bedrooms but is presently arranged with three bedrooms and separate staff accommodation/bedroom 4.
Galleried reception hall with a drawing room intercommunicating with study is located to the back of the house overlooking the large rear garden.
Dining room which can comfortably accommodate up to 12-14 guests with adjoining kitchen/breakfast room and utility room which can both be independently approached via a
secondary entrance located adjacent to the secure off-street parking.
The first floor features a dramatic galleried landing overlooking the reception hall, principal bedroom suite with twin walkin dressing rooms and a large en suite bathroom, two further bedrooms and a large family bathroom.
The house features wonderful beautifully stocked gardens to three sides of the property including a stunning south west facing principal lawn all discreetly set behind a high perimeter wall.
Principal Bedroom with two Dressing Rooms & En Suite Bathroom incorporating
Large walk-in Shower
Two Further Bedrooms, one with En Suite
Self Contained Staff accommodation/
Bedroom four with En Suite Bathroom
Reception Room interconnecting with Study
Boffi Kitchen with Gaggenau Appliances
Air Conditioning in Principal Bedroom
Irrigation & Lighting System throughout the Gardens
Sophisticated Audio/Visual System
Comprehensive Security System including Video Entry Phone
Secure Off-Street Parking for two/three Cars
- Named after the Dukedom of Norfolk, this picturesque and highly sought after tree lined road was largely built from the 1840s onwards by local builder Thomas Clark, lined with elegant stuccoed classical and Italianate houses and villas.
- Norfolk Road is in a prime location in St. John’s Wood, and runs east / west between Avenue Road and Ordnance Hill. Within close proximity of St. John’s Wood High Street (0.4 miles), it is also close to St. John’s Wood underground Station (0.3 miles) and other transport facilities. The area provides easy access to Regent’s Park, Primrose Hill, London’s West End, Marylebone High Street and Village as well as Hampstead Village and Hampstead Heath. There are a wide range of excellent schools in the local area including the American School in London and popular independent schools including Arnold House, The Hall, South Hampstead School for Girls and University College School.